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Siemian out of protective boot, Marshall and Bibbs in evaluation


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —** Following Sunday's win over Jacksonville at EverBank Field, Head Coach Gary Kubiak received some good news about Trevor Siemian's health while inside linebacker Brandon Marshall and running back Kapri Bibbs are still under evaluation.

"[Siemian] hasn't done anything today, but he is out of the boot," Kubiak said. "I saw him in the pool earlier. I haven't been too much involved with 'Greek' [Head Athletic Trainer Steve Antonopulos] yet today to maybe answer some of those questions, but he's doing a lot better. He's been out of the boot so we'll see where he's at."

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Though Kubiak was hopeful last week that Siemian would be healthy enough to practice before Sunday's game vs. the Jaguars, he saw a promising sign in Siemian's mobility over the weekend.

"I think we were hoping he'd get out there this past week, but [he] couldn't, so I think the fact he's out of the boot all weekend walking around in Jacksonville, moving around [was good]," Kubiak said. "It looked like he was moving around good down there today in the meeting."

The Broncos came out of Sunday's game monitoring three injured players: Bibbs (ankle), Marshall (hamstring) and defensive end Billy Winn (neck).

Kubiak said he was encouraged by Winn's recovery but said the training staff is still assessing Bibbs and Marshall.

"[Bibbs is] being evaluated right now — pretty good ankle sprain, I know that," Kubiak said. "He's still in the boot today. All I can tell you guys is coming out of the game, him and B-Marsh and Billy Winn were the big concerns. I know Billy's doing really good today. B-Marsh and Kapri are still in an evaluation period."

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