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Trevor Siemian | Quarterback | #13

Team: Denver Broncos
Age / DOB:  (25) / 12/26/1991
Ht / Wt:  6'3' / 220
College: Northwestern
Drafted: 2015 / Rd. 7 (250) / DEN
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Trevor Siemian completed 19-of-31 passes for 200 yards with one touchdown while adding 13 yards on three rushing attempts Sunday in the Broncos’ Week 14 win over the Jets.
He was sacked twice for a loss of 11 yards. Siemian didn’t set the world on fire, but this was certainly a better outing than his last one against the Dolphins in Week 13. He went out of his way to get Demaryius Thomas involved, targeting him 12 times for 93 yards on eight catches. Thomas was also the recipient of Siemian’s only touchdown throw of the afternoon. Siemian threw up a prayer as he was about to get hit but Thomas was somehow able to haul it in for a 20-yard score. Sunday’s win was the Broncos’ first since Week 4. They’ll try to make it two straight Thursday night against Indianapolis. Dec 10 - 7:48 PM

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Paxton Lynch has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain and will be sidelined 2-4 weeks.

Trevor Siemian will be under center against the Dolphins, and quite possibly the rest of the season. The injury makes 2017 another lost campaign for Lynch, the No. 26 overall pick of last year's draft. Lynch was startlingly bad in a plus matchup against the Raiders on Sunday. It's hard to see how he would be a legitimate contender for the Broncos' 2018 job.
Nov 27 - 2:48 PM

Speaking Monday, Broncos coach Vance Joseph left the door open for Paxton Lynch to start in Week 12 against the Raiders.

Joseph claimed each of Lynch, Brock Osweiler and Trevor Siemian will be options. Beat writer Mike Klis believes Joseph is ready to go with Lynch. The 2016 first-rounder performed poorly in a pair of rookie starts, and hadn't been an option this season as he returned from a shoulder injury. If Lynch indeed plays Week 12, it couldn't be in a better matchup. The Raiders barely play defense.
Nov 20 - 3:47 PM

Coach Vance Joseph announced Brock Osweiler will be the Broncos' starting quarterback Week 9 against the Eagles.

It's a move that had to be made after Trevor Siemian once again stunk up the joint on national television Monday night in Kansas City. Siemian has thrown eight picks to just three touchdowns the past five weeks, and the Broncos have lost 4-of-5 heading into Philly. Osweiler isn't any better, but Joseph ran the risk of losing the team if he didn't shake it up. The Eagles' defense is arguably the top team defense play of the week, especially if CB Ronald Darby (ankle) is back.

RotoGrinders.com Daily Slant: Demaryius Thomas could benefit from the change. With Siemian, Thomas averaged 8.5 targets per game and he’s hit double-digits once. Across Osweiler’s eight appearances in 2015, Thomas attracted 10.5 looks per game and saw between 10-14 five times. If Ronald Darby is out, Thomas could battle Rasul Douglas (14th-most yards/cover snap), and Jalen Mills (4th-most total yards).
Nov 1 - 11:03 AM

NBC Denver reports Paxton Lynch (shoulder) is expected to miss the first 2-4 games of the regular season.

Trevor Siemian had already put considerable distance between himself and his sophomore teammate, but now has plenty of time to really cement things. UDFA Kyle Sloter is currently Siemian's only healthy backup.
Source: NBC Denver
Aug 31 - 3:05 PM

Paxton Lynch will start the Broncos' second preseason game.

It's positive news, but the real takeaway is that Trevor Siemian drew first blood, and will start Thursday's exhibition opener. Yahoo's Charles Robinson reported Sunday that Lynch has "lost every single practice session to Siemian." It's just one report, but Lynch hasn't been the subject of any summer puff pieces. That's an alarming sign for a second-year first-rounder.
Aug 7 - 1:47 PM

After speaking with Broncos personnel, Yahoo's Charles Robinson reports Paxton Lynch is being outplayed by Trevor Siemian at training camp.

Citing observers of the Broncos' practice tape, Robinson reports "Lynch has lost every single practice session to Siemian." Siemian remains a capped-ceiling commodity, but Lynch simply hasn't taken the step forward the Broncos had hoped. Robinson does acknowledge the competition remains "unsettled," and there's a chance things click for Lynch in preseason games. Still, at this point in time Siemian is the favorite to start in Week 1.
Aug 6 - 7:43 PM

Paxton Lynch worked with the first-team during Wednesday's practice.

Trevor Siemian opened OTAs with the first-team, but the pair were always expected to alternate days. Denver7's Troy Renck added the Broncos "could not be happier" with Lynch's "work ethic, attitude and play," echoing 9 News Denver's Mike Klis rebuttal of a critical report earlier this offseason. Siemian is the slight favorite, but Lynch will get every opportunity to unseat him.
May 25 - 10:28 AM

Speaking at the NFL Owners Meetings on Monday, Broncos GM John Elway continued to express confidence in Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian when asked about Denver's interest in Tony Romo.

Officially, Elway can't comment on Romo because he is on another team's roster. "We feel really good about the two young ones we have," Elway insisted. "Trevor did a good job for us last year and Paxton was young. The plan is to stay the course there. ... It'll be a great competition between them in the spring." If the Broncos do truly "stay the course," Siemian will be the favorite to open the season as their starting quarterback.
Mar 27 - 4:59 PM

Speaking Tuesday, new Broncos coach Vance Joseph said he's committed to a quarterback competition between Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian.

He said a competition between the two is his "vision going forward." The implication being, the Broncos won't pursue someone like Tony Romo or Tyrod Taylor. That's easy to say now, but GM John Elway certainly won't write off Romo out of hand. It would be stunning were Elway not to explore the quarterback market. Perhaps he won't find anything he likes/can afford, but it's too early in the offseason to lock in Lynch and Siemian.
Feb 7 - 4:54 PM

New Broncos coach Vance Joseph expects an "open competition" at quarterback next summer.

Trevor Siemian was better than expected in 2016, but began to fizzle down the stretch. With Siemian's mentor Gary Kubiak now retired, the Broncos figure to give 2016 first-rounder Paxton Lynch every opportunity to earn the starting job. 23 next month, Lynch appeared hopelessly raw as a rookie, but has a great on-paper profile. We'll take Joseph at his word that there will be a legitimate competition.
Jan 12 - 2:25 PM

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