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Broncos round out practice squad with Kalif Raymond


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —** To complete their practice squad roster, the Broncos filled their last available spot by signing rookie wide receiver Kalif Raymond.


Raymond was previously signed as a college free agent in May out of Holy Cross, but the Broncos had waived him when they were required by the league to cut their active roster to 53 players.

He was utilized largely as a return specialist, but also saw time at receiver. He had stronger results on kick return, averaging 23.9 yards with his best return coming on a 41-yarder in the preseason finale. His punt returns saw more mixed results, averaging five yards per return. As a receiver, Raymond totaled two receptions for five yards.

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