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Broncos sign K Taylor Bertolet, LS Christian Kuntz


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — The Broncos signed kicker Taylor Bertolet and long snapper Christian Kuntz on Wednesday, which gives Special Teams Coordinator Tom McMahon a pair of new specialists to coach when players return to UCHealth Training Center.

Bertolet spent the 2016 offseason with the Los Angeles Rams after he went undrafted out of Texas A&M.

During his senior season, Bertolet converted all 38 of his extra points, knocked in 71 percent of his field goal attempts and connected on a career-long 55-yard field goal.

Bertolet has yet to attempt a kick in an NFL game.

Kuntz played linebacker and long snapped while at Duquesne. He finished his career with 71.5 career tackles for loss, the fourth-most in FCS history.

He had a brief stint with the New England Patriots in August of 2017.

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