Denver Broncos Rumors: Peyton Manning will not snap again for the Broncos as Brock Osweiler takes the starting position

The Denver Broncos are playing the biggest challenge of their schedule, against the Bengals, with Peyton Manning as the emergency backup quarterback.

The Broncos are rumored to have reached to the point in which Peyton Manning will be on the sideline for the rest of the season while Brock Osweiler will do the quarterbacking. As crucial as may be, the Broncos decision to have Osweiler start will surely be tantamount to Manning’s being on the bench.

There were already rumors of coach Gary Kubiak during the summer that Manning may not get the nod of starting for the Broncos as Manning was reportedly considering of retiring. However, everything changed when Manning became healthy for a comeback to get the starting job. But injuries have kept Manning to poor performances and allowed Kubiak to make the decision to bench him.

Manny had a 7-0 start but to the expense of the Broncos defense. When Manning went down, Osweiler took over and had a 3-0 record but the Broncos lost their last two games that would question the coaching staff to consider Manning back into the game on Sunday to play against Cincinnati. This does not create quarterback controversy because Kubiak is firm on his decision to start Osweiler.

“Brock is our starter moving forward,” Kubiak said on Wednesday “And we’re trying to get Peyton healthy. That’s where we’re at. The team knows that. If something were to change, you all will be the second guys to know. I hope. The team should always be first.” according to 9NEWS.

The team’s official website reported that he has been spending the last month working on rehab and had graduated from a walking cast to a boot. He was back on the practice field last week, but suffered a setback on Friday.

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