Mini-camp wrap-up

The Broncos' mini-camp ended with many positive performances. Rookies such as RB Quentin Griffin, younger players like WR Herb Haygood (in photo), and seasoned veterans like Shannon Sharpe had a chance to show they are ready to play. Read a wrap-up on the six day event.

Broncos help themselves - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
June 12, 2003 - Walking off the field after a stretching session Wednesday morning, a group of Denver Broncos veteran defensive linemen were good-naturedly ribbing first-round pick George Foster by breaking into song: "Hey, hey, you the man/You the man 'til you put on the pads."

Foundation set for building team - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Thursday, June 12, 2003 - By Patrick Saunders, Denver Post Sports Writer There were grins in abundance as the Broncos concluded their second minicamp Wednesday and scurried away from team headquarters. The mood was due, in large part, to the fact that the Broncos get a week off for golf and R&R before resuming their offseason workouts.

For Broncos, it's so far, so good - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
June 12, 2003 - NFL minicamps are like South Beach nightclubs. Everyone looks good. Jake Plummer, without a pass rush or even shoulder pads, already seems masterful running the Mastermind's system. Ed McCaffrey appears healthy and unstoppable. Then again, no one was allowed to actually defend him, let alone attempt to decapitate the 34-year-old receiver.

As June Camp Wraps, Broncos Look Ahead - - Andrew Mason
June 11, 2003 - Normally, Herb Haygood is the picture of proper manners in his dealings with the media. He speaks thoughtfully and articulately, enjoys expounding upon any question asked of him, and never fails to say "Thank you" or to offer a handshake. As he completed an interview following the last of the Broncos' six voluntary camp practices, he showed the requisite courtesy, but had to offer a warning -- a leftover remnant of the second-year wide receiver's work on the field.

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