Bad news, Kyle Sloter fans.
After announcing Trevor Siemian as the team’s starting quarterback Monday, Broncos coach Vance Joseph said Paxton Lynch will be the team’s second and final quarterback on the 53-man roster during the regular season.
The team’s not giving up on Sloter, though. Denver will try to sign the undrafted free agent out of Northern Colorado to its 10-man practice squad.
The Denver Broncos have a starting quarterback.
Trevor Siemian will start this season, coach Vance Joseph told media members at the team’s facility on Monday afternoon. Paxton Lynch, the team’s first-round pick in last year’s draft, will serve as Siemian’s backup.
Barring injury — Siemian missed two and a half games with an injury last year — the Broncos seem poised to let their former seventh-round pick start for the entire 2017 NFL season.
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