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WATCH: Falcons rookie Damontae Kazee makes sick one-handed interception

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. -- It didn't take long for rookie defensive back Damontae Kazee to make good on his reputation as an interception machine.

During the second day of the 2017 AT&T Atlanta Falcons Training Camp, Kazee showed off his incredible awareness and ball skills. After a Matt Ryan pass was tipped and batted around, Kazee reached back behind him to corral the ball and earn his first interception as a member of the Falcons.

A fifth-round draft pick, Kazee brings a competitive attitude to the deep secondary in Atlanta. At San Diego State, Kazee intercepted 17 passes, including 15 in his final two seasons.

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