Trevor Siemian is “day-to-day”

Broncos Coach Gary Kubiak said Wednesday that Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemianhas a left foot sprain and is “day-to-day” as the team prepares for Sunday’s game at Jacksonville.

Kubiak also said Siemian “could play without practicing” and “is on top of what we’re doing,” so it doesn’t sound like he considers Siemian’s availability for Sunday in doubt unless he hears differently from the team’s medical staff.

Siemian said he’s focused on getting healthy and agreed with Kubiak that he could play without practicing if it comes to that.

“Just hoping that tomorrow is better than today,” Siemian said of the inury, per the team’s official transcript. “Today was better than yesterday, so that’s encouraging. I’m going forward that way.”

Kubiak said he believed Siemian suffered the injury late in Sunday’s night’s loss to the Chiefs. Siemian started wearing a protective boot on Monday.

“We’ll see how much ground we make up,” Kubiak said.

Rookie Paxton Lynch and Austin Davis took the quarterback reps in Wednesday’s practice. Lynch played earlier in the season when Siemian missed some time with a shoulder injury.