Greeley, CO. - A familiar face returned to camp on Tuesday, as David Diaz-Infante rejoined the Broncos after being released at the end of last season.
Diaz-Infante, a veteran of the NFL, XFL, CFL and Arena League, has experience at various line positions and on special teams, but will be used primarily as a long snapper, replacing Desmond Clark who fractured his left arm earlier in the week. Clark is expected to miss the next three weeks.
The thirty-eight year old Diaz-Infante was a key backup on the offensive line for the Broncos from 1996-98, and was a member of both Broncos Super Bowl Championship teams. He appeared in all sixteen games last season, primarily on special teams.
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