Davis content with retirement

The Broncos had a special visitor at training camp on Saturday, running back Terrell Davis. Davis admitted that his career may be at an end. Read about Davis and other news from the Broncos training camp.

Broncos offense retools with youth - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Don't let the creeping gray hairs on Rod Smith's head, the deep laugh lines on Ed McCaffrey's face or Shannon Sharpe's lost step fool you. The Broncos' offense is getting younger.

Broncos go into Canton big in 2004 - Denver Post - Woody Paige
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - A year from today, Canton, Ohio, will, at long last, embrace the Broncos. How about a big, beautiful, brilliant Broncos Ball? The Broncos are shut out during the inductions at the Pro Football Hall of Fame again today.

Elway induction must include Broncos game - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Outside the two parades this city and its pro football team staged in the winters of 1998 and '99, the Broncos can start preparing for the most festive party they have attended.

Lisa Guerrero - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Of all the NFL's offseason moves, few generated the headlines that Lisa Guerrero's did. Guerrero, 39, switched from anchor desk for Fox's "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" to sideline reports for ABC's "Monday Night Football" and makes her debut Monday at the Packers-Chiefs preseason game in Canton, Ohio. Before her first "MNF" assignment, Guerrero – dubbed one of the 100 most influential Hispanics in Hispanic Business Magazine – stepped up to our microphone.

Brandon shoots for elite status - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Say this about Broncos free safety Sam Brandon: The confident young man has set lofty standards for himself and Kenoy Kennedy. "I think the sky's the limit," Brandon said. "I mean, like Steve Atwater and Dennis Smith, they can be talking about me and Kenoy. Just like they talk about them, they can talk about me and Kenoy."

Dove Valley days - Denver Post
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Rookie defensive end Aaron Hunt feels most comfortable rushing the passer, or pushing the buttons that make his electronic world come to life.

Brockermeyer gets put on recall mode - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - Blake Brockermeyer was in bed early Thursday night, trying to sleep off a summertime bug, when the call came. Was he interested in playing left tackle again for the Broncos?

The play's the thing to Hall of Famer Jones - Denver Post - Irv Moss
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - FRASER - Anyone who knows the importance of football in the life of Stan Jones might think it strange he lives in a town that doesn't have a football field.

'I've pretty much moved on' - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, August 03, 2003 - As the Broncos jogged onto the field for Saturday's practice, a reminder of how fast a football career can end stood off to the side. Former Broncos running back Terrell Davis, whom Denver could not have won back-to-back Super Bowls without, admitted a truth as real as his multiple scars. More than just his knees are degenerative. So is his NFL career.

Rookie Eason returns to camp - Daily Camera - Barney Hutchinson
August 3, 2003 - Blake Brockermeyer played the waiting game to perfection, almost. He would have preferred to join a team with a little less preseason remaining, but at least the 300-pound offensive tackle is with a team with which he has some familiarity.

Football placed in perspective - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
August 3, 2003 - Matt Lepsis was not prepared to be a father. Like every man, he had no clue how his life would be forever altered. The instant, unconditional love for a person you have just met. The unbreakable bond between husband and wife. Getting choked up thanks to the combination of happiness and fear. The look a child's eyes reserve for dad.

Goal-Line Workouts Bring Out the Thunder at Camp - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Aug. 2, 2003 - Saturday morning, the setting for practice was the same as it had been -- at the Dove Valley training facility, surrounded by fans in the stands and lining the area where the practice bubble used to stand. But when the team went into goal-line drills, it was as if the Broncos' defense was backed up in the shadow of its own goalpost in the south end of INVESCO Field at Mile High during the dying daylight of a late autumn Sunday.

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