A “flu bug” has made its way around the Broncos’ locker room and infected a handful of players, including quarterback Trevor Siemian. “Hopefully guys can take care of themselves and we can get a handle on that,” coach Vance Joseph said. “It’s about four or five guys that are sick right now, especially our D-line.” Last week, nose tackle Domata Peko missed practice time with the flu but played through the illness Sunday until he was carted off with a knee injury. This week, outside linebacker Shane Ray was limited and defensive end Shelby Harris did not practice because of illness. Siemian practiced in full, but is dealing with the same issue. “A couple of us got it,” Siemian said. “I’ll be all right.” D-Line Injuries. Six players did not practice Wednesday because of injuries, including defensive linemen Domata Peko (knee) and Derek Wolfe (neck). Joseph initially said Peko’s left MCL sprain would require 1-2 weeks of recovery, but the veteran nose tackle is holding out hope he can start his 124th consecutive game Sunday in Miami. Wolfe was absent from practice as the team continues to evaluate and monitor his recovery from a neck sprain. “When you’re talking about a neck or head injury, you want to be smart with those guys,” Joseph said. “Obviously, his overall health is more important than our next five games. We want to make sure he’s ready to play. It’s a neck injury so that can be scary.” With the injuries on the line, the Broncos had rookie DeMarcus Walker practice with the D-line Wednesday after spending the previous entirety of his first year working with the outside linebackers. “We only had three guys today healthy enough to practice (on the line)” Joseph said. “… He’s always going to be a swing guy, as an outside backer/rusher and inside rusher. Absolutely, if we would need him on game day, he would have to slide inside.” Miller still Miller. Following the Broncos’ loss at Oakland last Sunday, outside linebacker Von Miller admitted he was frustrated by the team’s losing streak and in large part because he felt he entered the year in the best shape of his life and has been unable to fully take advantage of it. But Miller’s numbers show he’s actually