Quarterback Trevor Siemian was held out of practice Wednesday after spraining a foot in Denver's 30-27 overtime loss to Kansas City last weekend.
Kubiak also revealed after practice that rookie fullback Andy Janovich had season-ending surgery on his left ankle, which he injured on the first play of the game but stayed in and played 31 more snaps. Kubiak said Janovich would be placed on injured reserve.
Siemian never left the game against Kansas City on Sunday night, when he threw for a career-high 368 yards despite being sacked five times.
"I'm really not looking too far ahead," Siemian said. "I really want to take it one day at a time, listen to (head athletic trainer Steve Antonopulos) and just put as much into each day getting better as I can. So, that's where I'm at now."
Derek Carr says he will have no limitations this week because of the injured pinkie on his throwing hand that forced him to miss a series last week, while Andrew Luck took the next step in the concussion protocol by returning to full workouts at the
Carr deflected all questions about the finger Wednesday, saying repeatedly that it's “doing great.” If Luck is cleared by an independent doctor following practice Wednesday, Indy's franchise quarterback could start Monday night against the
Carr dislocated the finger while taking a snap on the second play from scrimmage in the second half of Sunday's 35-32 win over Carolina. He left for a series before returning to play the rest of the game with a glove on his throwing hand. Carr took all snaps out of the shotgun to protect the finger and led the
Luck missed his first game of the season last Thursday after complaining of concussion-like symptoms after a win Nov. 20 against Tennessee.