LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Exactly one month ago,
“It always goes by quicker than you want it to,” he said.
But now the clock ticks loudly.
Fewer than two weeks remain until Siemian and his teammates will step onto the UCHealth Training Center fields under the watch of thousands of fans. Most of them will be focused squarely on Siemian and
It’s a scenario Siemian knows well. A year ago, he split first-team snaps with Mark Sanchez. Siemian earned the starting nod before the third preseason game. Some of his teammates, including wide receivers
“I think it’s probably a good thing that the receivers aren’t coaching the team,” Siemian said Friday morning as a smile crossed his face. “Coach [Vance] Joseph, he’ll make the right call for the team, and he’ll put us in a good spot to win games.”
Siemian isn’t focused on when the decision comes — “for me, I want to be better than I was yesterday,” he said.
To that end, his immediate focus is on getting some informal throwing sessions organized to take place sometime next week with other members of the Broncos’ passing game.
“So the Los Angeles thing didn’t happen,” he said, “but, yeah, I think coming up this week we’ll get guys together and…
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