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Denver Broncos cornerback and return specialist Cassius Vaughn suffered a broken fibula during a 36-yard kickoff return in the first quarter of Sunday's 16-13 overtime win over the San Diego Chargers, Lindsay Jones of The Denver Post reports. Signed as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi in 2010, Vaughn had eight tackles, including five stops and two fumble recoveries on special teams, and returned one of his two kick returns 97 yards for a touchdown in 13 games as a rookie. Vaughn's role increased in 2011, even starting three games in September/October when Champ Bailey was hurt. In nine games this season, Vaughn has 20 tackles, four passes defensed and an interception, which he returned 55 yards for a touchdown, along with a 30-yard average on seven kick returns. Source: Mac's Football Blog
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