Last year, Baltimore receiver Jacoby Jones, who had been waived by the Texans, returned a kickoff for a touchdown that helped the Ravens win the Super Bowl.
Denver receiver Trindon Holliday, who returns kickoffs, would like to do the same. Like Jones, he was waived by the Texans.
“You always have a chip on your shoulder when you get released or cut from the team,” Holliday said. “You shouldn’t show it. You just have to prove to the guys that you’re able to do it.
“I don’t think it’s a rebirth. I think it’s just coming to another team, just starting all over again.”
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