By Arnie Stapleton, AP Pro Football Writer
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Broncos quarterback Trevor Siemian returned to practice Thursday, his first full practice with the team since before he sprained his left foot in an overtime loss to Kansas City on Nov. 27.
Siemian appeared to be moving around well during the 20-minute media access period.
Siemian said he was feeling better Wednesday after participating in the team’s walkthrough as coach Gary Kubiak scaled back after sensing fatigue in his team.
Rookie Paxton Lynch threw for just 104 yards in the Broncos’ 20-10 win over the Jaguars last week, but he played turnover-free football in keeping the Broncos in the AFC playoff chase.
The Broncos (8-4) travel to Tennessee on Sunday to face the Titans (6-6), who are co-leaders of the AFC South.