May 19, 2003 - The Denver Broncos Monday signed safety Bobby Walker and cornerback Brandon Williams, Head Coach Mike Shanahan announced. The pair of rookie free agents were each given tryouts during the team's mini-camp, which was held May 9-11.
Walker, 6-1, 195 pounds, played two seasons at Kansas State after transferring from Trinity Valley (Texas) College. He played in 16 career games making 33 total tackles (26 solo), including two tackles for a loss. Walker also made seven interceptions for 186 yards and 12 passes defensed. Playing his first two collegiate years at Trinity Valley College, he was a junior college All-American selection and a two-time All-Southwest JC Football Conference selection after being a two-year starter. Born Nov. 24, 1980 in Tyler, Texas, Walker was a first-team All-District 12 5A selection and three-year letter winner at Lee High School.
Williams, 5-11, 186 pounds, was a four-year letterman who played in 45 career games and made six starts at cornerback at Michigan. During his career, he recorded 74 tackles (61 solo), two interceptions for 28 yards, 10 passes defensed and two fumble recoveries. The Omaha, Neb. native born Nov. 17, 1980, was a two-year letterwinner at Central High School and started at both cornerback and running back as a senior. He was named honorable mention All-USA by USA Today and earned Class A All-State, All-Metro Conference and all division honors his senior season.
It's 4th down for Broncos fans struggling to buy club seats - Rocky Mountain News - Steve Caulk
May 20, 2003 - Some Denver Broncos fans with club-level tickets have resisted making contractual payments, missing deadlines at about the same rate as last year. This year, however, the economy apparently is playing a greater role.
Elway: Much Learned, and Still Much to Learn as AFL Owner - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
May 19, 2003 - John Elway didn't need to say a word. His face told everything, a pained countenance reflecting a man who was set to reveal to the public that he'd just made perhaps the most difficult decision of his professional life. He was announcing the dismissal of the coaching staff of the Colorado Crush, his first-year Arena Football League team that struggled to a last-place finish in its division and the second-worst record in the league.
Green Makes First Interception in Admirals' Win Over Galaxy - DenverBroncos.com
May 19, 2003 - Louis Green was the only Bronco to enjoy a victory over the weekend as he and his Amsterdam Admirals teammates handed the Frankfurt Galaxy a 27-24 defeat. Green made his first interception of the season during the game. Devon Finn and Chris Young, along with the rest of the Galaxy, fell to 4-3 and into second place.