Quarterback Trevor Siemian had another injection on his non-throwing shoulder after Sunday’s game in New Orleans, Head Coach Gary Kubiak said.
Siemian was sacked six times and the Saints recorded 11 quarterback hits, but the rest at the bye week should “do him some good,” Kubiak said.
The Broncos’ quarterback originally suffered the injury to his non-throwing shoulder against the Buccaneers on Oct. 2.
“He's beat up,” Kubiak said. "He took a lot of shots. Some of them he's got to take responsibility for. We've got to make sure he's stepping up in the pocket and doing those types of things, but he's sore. We laid it on the line. Everybody did. We played extremely hard as a football team. A lot of great effort plays. But he's just one of the sore guys.”