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Well, you know your team didn't cut any recognizable names when the main headline of every news story relating to the Broncos' roster cutdown on Monday starts off with "Long snapper Lonie Paxton released by the Broncos in roster trim."
The Broncos cut 12 players, including placing starting LDE Jason Hunter on injured reserve. The players that the Broncos released are as follows: LS Lonie Paxton, LB Elliot Coffey, WR Mark Dell, WR Cameron Kenney, TE Anthony Miller, DE Cyril Obiozor, RB Xavier Omon, S Anthony Perkins, T Mike Remmers, CB Ramzee Robinson, FB Austin Sylvester and G Austin Wuebbels.
Of these players that were cut, there are only three names that really pop out to me – those being Paxton, Omon and Obiozor.
Paxton has been in the NFL since 2000, had been the long snapper for New England's three Super Bowl-winning teams, and had been with the Broncos since 2009 when he signed with Denver as a free agent. The Broncos signed college free agent...
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Long snapper Lonie Paxton was waived by the Broncos, who also placed defensive end Jason Hunter on injured reserve. Denver also waived linebacker Elliot Coffey, wide receivers Mark Dell and Cameron Kenney, defensive end Cyril Obiozor, tight end Anthony Miller, running back Xavier Omon, free safety Anthony Perkins, offensive tackle Mike Remmers, cornerback Ramzee Robinson, fullback...
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Only two games on the card Sunday night but they both involved interesting storylines.Peyton Manning looked sharp in his 3rd preseason game with the Broncos.Also just as interesting, but perhaps for different reasons, Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow continued to struggle in their 3rd preseason outing with the Jets. Peyton and his Horses look ready for Week 1, while Mark and Timmy have...