Steelers safety Flowers visits

Pittsburg Steelers safety visited the Broncos' facility on Thursday as Denver gets back into the free agency business. Flowers, who's been in the league since 1995 is an unrestricted free agent.

Free Agent Safety Flowers Visits Complex - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
May 22, 2003 - After over a month of concentrating on the NFL Draft and the team's mini-camp and quarterback camp, Denver jumped back into the free-agent pursuit on Thursday, playing host to unrestricted free agent safety Lee Flowers. The Georgia Tech alumnus entered the league in 1995, and has spent his entire career to date patrolling the secondary for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Jackson Learns the Value of Extra Work - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
May 22, 2003 - Nearly an hour after the Broncos had wrapped up seven-on-seven drills in Day 3 of quarterback camp -- and some 20 minutes after they had concluded the punt-team drills that wrapped up the work for the morning -- the practice fields at the team's facility weren't quite vacated.

McCaffrey is making strides - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
May 23, 2003 - Ed McCaffrey wasn't about to pronounce himself 100 percent Thursday, but he was glad to be back running routes on the football field. "He's getting a lot closer, and it's good to see him off the table in the training room and out here absorbing things," Denver Broncos wide receiver Rod Smith said of the popular veteran.


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