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Broncos' Connor Barth spent offseason improving on kickoffs


is well aware of his weaknesses. In six NFL seasons, Barth has kicked off 170 times. And of those 170 kickoffs, only 11 went into the end zone for a touchback. Knowing that could be the the difference between beginning this season as the Broncos kicker or getting cut and looking for a job, Barth told ESPN's Jeff Legwold he spent all offseason working with kicking coach , trying to improve his distance. (247 Sports)

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