Story Links for Tuesday, April 8, 2003

Many Broncos received unexpected checks in the mail. Kennoy Kennedy (in photo) received $21,900. Read about it in today's story links.

Checks in the mail show Broncos being rewarded for playing time - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
April 8, 2003 - When Denver Broncos defensive end Bert Berry recently sifted through his mail, he found a letter from the NFL Players Association that looked like a paycheck.

Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Scotland Open With NFL Europe Victories -
April 7, 2002 - Linebacker Louis Green of the Amsterdam Admirals and safety Chris Young of the Frankfurt Galaxy came out on top of NFL Europe's opening weekend while quarterback Nick Rolovich and wide receiver Charlie Adams of the Rhein Fire and cornerback Jeff Harris of the Berlin Thunder fell short of season opening wins.

Prospect Profile: E.J. Henderson - - Andrew Mason
April 7, 2003 - As the cliché states, "You go with what you know." And when you're attending the University of Maryland, just a half-hour's drive down the turnpike or the interstate from Baltimore, you're fed a steady diet of Baltimore Ravens games on television, so it's no accident that an emerging linebacker for the Terrapins would take notice of Ray Lewis.

Upon first review, it adds up to 10-6 season for Broncos - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
April 6, 2003 - From now through September, the most often-played Denver Broncos game will be the projection game. Might as well let the games begin. Sept. 7, at Cincinnati - Denver already is disadvantaged. While new Bengals coach Marvin Lewis can study Denver's offensive and defensive tendencies from past seasons, the Broncos cannot study

1983 remembered: Gary Kubiak - - Lisa Zimmerman
When the Denver Broncos selected Gary Kubiak in 1983, the NFL draft was well past its initial, marquee selections. As the first pick of the eighth round, the quarterback from Texas A&M was No. 197 of the 335 players chosen that year -- just a little past the halfway mark.

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