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Broncos waive Paul Cornick, Jeremy Kelley


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. —** The Broncos have waived offensive lineman Paul Cornick and wide receiver Jeremy Kelley, the team announced on Monday.

With this move and after a draft weekend that added 18 players to the roster (nine draft picks, nine college free agents), the Broncos' roster sits at 89 players just shy of the league-allotted 90 offseason roster spots.

Cornick had spent two years on the practice squad with the Broncos, and he was an undrafted college free agent signed by the Jets in the summer of 2012. He made his first NFL appearance in the season opener against the Colts, and ended up playing in 12 games.

Kelley was signed to a futures contract on Dec. 29, 2014. He previously competed as a member of the Colts' offseason roster.

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