Sat, Jun. 07, 2003 - Turbulent negotiations between the Dolphins and quarterback Brian Griese ended in a homecoming for the Miami native. Griese and the Dolphins agreed to terms on a two-year contract Friday afternoon. Agent Ralph Cindrich confirmed the deal but declined to comment on specifics.
Dolphins finally get Griese - Sun-Sentinel - Michael Cunningham
and Brian White
June 7 2003 - It took longer than expected, but the Dolphins finally landed quarterback Brian Griese. Griese, a former Pro Bowl selection who was released Monday after five years with the Denver Broncos, agreed to a two-year deal with the Dolphins, a source said Friday. He is expected to be the backup to Jay Fiedler.
Sides find way to settle on incentives package - ESPN.com - Len Pasquarelli
Friday, June 6 - It took several days longer than anticipated, but the Miami Dolphins and free agent quarterback Brian Griese reached agreement on a two-year contract Friday.The end result was precisely what everyone believed it would be from the outset. The agreement came after a week of haggling over its incentives package and after intense negotiations Thursday and Friday between team officials and agent Ralph Cindrich, a sequence that culminated with the Dolphins dramatically upgrading so-called backside elements of Griese's contract.
Kubiak prefers a higher perch - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
June 7, 2003 - When Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is in a quandary, needs answers and consults the man upstairs for help this season, he might not be seeking divine intervention. Offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak revealed Friday that he intends on trading the sideline view he has enjoyed for nearly two years for the bird's-eye view he gets from sitting at press-box level.
Griese and Dolphins agree to 2-year deal - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
June 7, 2003 - Brian Griese is going home. The former heir apparent to John Elway now only will have to deal with comparisons with his father, a former Dolphins quarterback, after agreeing Friday to a two-year deal with Miami. "It doesn't make it any easier, but it's certainly not as difficult as trying to replace a John Elway," agent Ralph Cindrich said Friday. "Whatever came down on him certainly will make it easier for the next guy."
Gardener making offseason impression - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
June 7, 2003 - During the first practice of the Denver Broncos' six-day team camp, Daryl Gardener knocked a 300-pound offensive lineman on his backside and then wrapped Mike Anderson up in the backfield. It was the type of impact Mike Shanahan expected from Gardener when he signed the 6-foot-6, 295-pound defensive tackle away from Washington this
Dolphins land Griese - Daily Camera - Todd Archer, Cox News Service
June 7, 2003 - Brian Griese was only 5 when his father retired from the Miami Dolphins in 1980, but he was always a fan of the aqua and orange. Now, he will be wearing his father's old uniform. Griese, the former Denver Broncos quarterback, agreed to a two-year contract with the Dolphins on Friday, and the only thing holding up an announcement of the deal is a pending physical.
June Camp Day 3: Pickin' and Grinnin' - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
June 6, 2003 - They may wear the same helmet bearing the same logo. They may all work for the same employer. But when the tempo and intensity of practice increases, so too does the competition between offense and defense. In the passing game, Friday's practice belonged to the defense. Three times -- once in one-on-one drills and twice during team snaps -- Broncos cornerbacks came up with interceptions, with Kelly Herndon and Deltha O'Neal each snagging passes.
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