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Draft Scout *Brock Osweiler News
11/15/17 - QB Brock Osweiler was limited to short throws Wednesday as he recovers from a sore throwing shoulder that he suffered in the third quarter of last Sunday's loss to the Patriots. He is expected to play against Cincinnati.
11/13/17 - QB Brock Osweiler, making a second straight start since replacing Trevor Siemian, was 18 of 33 for 221 yards, including a touchdown pass to Demaryius Thomas.
It is uncertain whether Osweiler will be the Broncos' starting quarterback for next Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.
Coach Vance Joseph said he wanted to review tape from the Patriots game and consult with staff before making a final decision.
The Broncos may want to try to get a look at Paxton Lynch, a former first-round draft pick who has been regaining his health after being sidelined by a shoulder injury suffered in the preseason.
11/13/17 - QB Brock Osweiler will start a third consecutive game next Sunday against the Bengals.
Osweiler threw a fourth-quarter interception with the Broncos down 25 points, but didn't take a sack and displayed more poise in the pocket as he completed 18 of 33 attempts for 221 yards with a touchdown to go along with that late pick.
11/06/17 - QB Brock Osweiler started Sunday against Philardelphia rather than Trevor Siemian. The change provided little momentum as Osweiler struggled mightily and finished 19 of 38 for 208 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. Some of the statistics were compiled when the game had long been decided.
11/06/17 - QB Brock Osweiler will make his second straight start next week against the New England Patriots, coach Vance Joseph announced Monday. Joseph said Osweiler has "earned the opportunity" to prove he can guide Denver's offense, although the 26-year-old struggled with his chance on Sunday. Osweiler completed 19 of 38 passes for 208 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions as the beleaguered Broncos (3-5) suffered their fourth straight loss with a 51-23 rout by the Eagles in Philadelphia.