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Broncos work out 16 players


ENGLEWOOD, Colo. --A Tuesday tryout resulted in a return to the Broncos for rookie TE Dan Light, but the Fordham product was just one of 16 players who worked out for the team this week.

Two quarterbacks were on the list: Northern Colorado product Seth Lobato and North Carolina's Bryn Renner. The Broncos are familiar with both; Lobato has worked out for the team before and Renner spent the 2014 offseason and preseason with the team before being waived.

Denver worked out six wide receivers, including Levi Norwood, a Baylor product who is the younger brother of Broncos WR Jordan Norwood.

The Broncos also worked out a fullback, Ray Agnew III. The son of former Patriots defensive end Ray Agnew, he had two stints on the Browns' 53-man roster last season and was briefly on Washington's practice squad this year.

Teams can begin signing players to reserve-future contracts for 2015 after the regular season ends, so the pace of tryouts will increase as clubs look to begin filling out their offseason rosters.

The full list follows:

Alex Bienemann, Montana

Alex Hill, Illinois
Cameron Jefferson, Arkansas
Jack Rummells, Northern Iowa

Seth Lobato, Northern Colorado
Bryn Renner, North Carolina

Ray Agnew III, Southern Illinois

Brandon Barden, Vanderbilt
Cameron Clear, Texas A&M
Dan Light, Fordham

Jace Davis, Northern Colorado
Antwan Goodley, Baylor
R.J. Harris, New Hampshire
Jordan Leslie, Brigham Young
Levi Norwood, Baylor
Demetrius Wilson, Arkansas

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