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Broncos' kicker tryouts to include Jay Feely

Whether it is just keeping the position competitive or replacing current kicker Brandon McManus, the Broncos will bring in two veteran kickers on Tuesday.

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In a move that will surprise next to no one, the Denver Broncos will bring in veteran kicker Jay Feely and another yet-to-be-named vet tomorrow, November 25, according to the Denver Post's Mike Klis (via two NFL sources).

The other kicker? It could be any one of the available veteran kickers, Connor Barth, Garrett Hartley, Alex Henery or Nate Kaeding are among the biggest names available. Update: Klis says it former Buccaneers kicker Connor Barth.

Broncos fans may remember Feely for his incredible performance against Denver in 2010 where he nearly single-handedly gave the Broncos 43-13 a loss. Feely dished out a touchdown, five field goals and four extra points while snapping a seven game losing streak for the Arizona Cardinals. Feely told The New York Times following the game that he wears gloves, just in case he is needed to carry the ball.

Interestingly, Hartley once donned the orange and blue. He and Matt Prater competed for kicker duties back in the 2008 offseason.

Just in case you wanted to see Feely run for a touchdown against the Broncos in 2010:

What do you guys think? Feely, one of the other kickers or stick with McManus?