Friday, June 06, 2003 - The best quarterback on the field Thursday morning during the Broncos' minicamp practice was not new starter Jake Plummer, but backup Steve Beuerlein.
Plummer's helper - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
June 6, 2003 - He has pretty much mastered the Denver street system and has located a few choice Mexican restaurants in town. But when it comes to the Broncos' complex offense and playbook, quarterback Jake Plummer said it will be a continual learning experience.
McCaffrey not at full speed - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
June 6, 2003 - The Denver Broncos' best-case scenario was that wide receiver Ed McCaffrey would be able to fully participate in team drills by the time their mini-camp concludes next week. But despite making weekly progress while recovering from hernia surgery, McCaffrey maintains that scenario isn't going to play out.
Bill of fare: Everything Broncos - Rocky Mountain News - Michael BeDan
June 6, 2003 - For obvious reasons, Brian Griese won't be at Invesco Field at Mile High this weekend. But if you're a Denver Broncos fan and still think Griese is the Broncos quarterback, read no further. For the rest of you - and you know who you are - the inaugural Broncos Fan Fair could change your life.
Madise's receptions turn heads - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
June 6, 2003 - Adrian Madise, the Denver Broncos' fifth-round draft choice, was turning helmets during Thursday's practice. Specifically, those of cornerbacks Kelly Herndon and Willie Middlebrooks after the rookie beat each of them deep.
Plummer's interception doesn't faze Shanahan - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
June 6, 2003 - Jake Plummer — gasp!— threw an interception. A badly overthrown football landed in the arms of free safety Sam Brandon and gave the defense something to smile about on Thursday morning inside a dimly lit practice bubble. The mistake, one of the few the Snake has made in his infancy as the Denver Broncos quarterback, didn't send Mike Shanahan chasing after free agent Brian Griese.
Shanahan: Ex-49ers WR Stokes Set to Visit Broncos - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
June 5, 2003 - As a chilly morning rain forced the Broncos inside to the Sports Dome a few miles away, the focus on the second day of voluntary camp wasn't just on the players on the field, but one who hadn't even yet arrived in town and isn't even a part of the team.