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An American football player who drops the ball from his hands and kicks it before it touches the ground.
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As first reported by Altitude Sports’ Vic Lombardi, Britton Colquitt, the Broncos’ veteran punter who was once the highest-paid player at his position, has been asked by the team to take a significant cut off his $3.25 million salary for 2016.
►The Denver Post -- 08/29/2016