League may suspend Carswell

If tight end Dwayne Carswell is convicted in his recent domestic violence arrest, it may lead to an automatic suspension by the NFL. Read about it in today's story links.

Carswell might face suspension - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Wednesday, July 09, 2003 - Broncos tight end Dwayne Carswell's latest brush with the law could lead to suspension by the NFL, but according to a league official, it's too early to make that determination.

Carswell case bound for trial - Rocky Mountain News
July 9, 2003 - Denver Broncos tight end Dwayne Carswell will stand trial on charges related to a July 4 assault on his girlfriend. Carswell, 31, failed to appear at the preliminary hearing Tuesday, thus waiving his right to one. His case was bound over to state court.

NFL may suspend Carswell for arrest - Rocky Mountain News - Tillie Fong And Lee Rasizer
July 8, 2003 - Denver Broncos tight end Dwayne Carswell's domestic violence arrest in Atlanta may mean an automatic suspension by the National Football League if he is convicted or pleads to a lesser charge. Carswell, 31, was arrested after he allegedly choked and bit his girlfriend, Nkeiruka Anyamene, 25, of Aurora outside an Atlanta bar Friday.

FieldTurf: A New Surface at Dove Valley - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
July 7, 2003 - The clearing of land prior to the installation of the Broncos' newest practice field at the Paul D. Bowlen Memorial Broncos Centre began in May, just before the team began its three-day minicamp.

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