Found August 01, 2012 on BroncoTalk:

Cameron Kenney

The Denver Broncos have added wide receiver Cameron Kenney off waivers from the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced. Kenney was an undrafted free agent from Oklahoma who signed with the San Diego Chargers in 2011.

This is the second addition the Broncos have made since the start of camp, first adding Anthony Perkins the day after Quinton Carter suffered an injured hamstring, and now adding Kenney hours after three wide receivers — Eric Decker, D’Andre Goodwin, and Greg Orton — left practice early

With the addition of Kenney, the team has now filled its 90-man roster.

Again, the Broncos have perfect timing when it comes to adding a player at a position of need following an injury. Word has it that Kenney never quite lived up to his physical potential as a Sooner, but he’s someone who can catch footballs, and at this point, the Broncos will take that.

Check out some of Kenney’s college highlights below.


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