The source also said first-round rookie Paxton Lynch will play in the game.
This decision, in what is a meaningless game against the Oakland, proves first that coach Gary Kubiak has not given up on Siemian and is not quite ready to make the move to Lynch.
Lynch has started two games this season but each time Siemian was injured and didn’t dress. Lynch started game 5 against Atlanta Falcons when Siemian was out with a left shoulder injury, and game 12 at Jacksonville when Siemian was down with a left foot injury.
Lynch also came off the bench to play in game 4 at Tampa Bay. In those three games, Lynch completed 49 of 83 passes (59.0 percent) for497 yards, two touchdowns and one interception for a 79.2 passer rating. The Broncos went 1-1 in his two starts.
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