ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — Their protracted quarterback competition last summer cost them cohesion as Trevor Siemian never really found a good rhythm with his receivers.
Now the Broncos aren’t going to name their starting QB until later in the week, another oddity in a strange season in Denver for a franchise still reeling from Peyton Manning’s retirement 21 months ago.
“Who’s the starting quarterback on Sunday?” coach Vance Joseph said Wednesday, repeating the question. “We’re not there yet.”
Joseph said Brock Osweiler, coming off his best game as a…