Davis still working hard

If running back Terrell Davis doesn't pass his physical, it won't be for lack of effort in his rehabilitation. Read about Davis' progress in today's story links.

The across country coach - Denver Post - By Patrick Saunders
Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - Friday morning, 60-year-old Larry Coyer will amble out to conduct his first training camp practice as defensive coordinator of the Broncos. He'll be impossible to miss, with a wrestler's stocky build and a shock of white hair he has worn since his mid-30s. He'll bark, cajole, encourage and, most of all, teach players less than half his age.

Rough way to approach new season - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Tuesday, July 22, 2003 - Even before training camp opens, the Broncos' defense is showing signs of vulnerability. Defensive tackle Daryl Gardener injured his right wrist and hand in a recent brawl that has left his status for the Friday start of training camp in question.

In no mood to give up - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
July 22, 2003 - Four hours a day, five days a week, Terrell Davis looks the part of an NFL player during his rigorous workouts in Arizona. And, technically, the job description still applies. Davis remains listed as a running back on the Denver Broncos' roster.

Broncos sign DE, RB - Daily Camera - Associated Press
July 22, 2003 - The Denver Broncos signed defensive end Clint Mitchell, a seventh-round draft pick, and free-agent running back Antwon McCray on Monday. Mitchell, a defensive end, was the 227th choice overall and one of two seventh-round Broncos selections. He played at Florida, finishing with 118 tackles and six sacks in 20 starts.

Training Camp Preview: Offensive Line - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
July 21, 2003 - Friday begins a time to practice and play for the Broncos. But the offseason story for the offensive line was of the need for a time to heal.

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