Monday, August 04, 2003 - Former Colorado State running back Cecil Sapp, No. 37, is running No. 2 on the Broncos' depth chart with a clear shot to win a roster spot thanks to injuries and his performance.
Brockermeyer listed as starter three days after signing - Denver Post - John Marshall, The Associated Press
Monday, August 04, 2003 - Tackle Blake Brockermeyer signed with the Denver Broncos to provide depth to an offensive line that has been plagued by injuries. It didn't take him long to become a starter. Brockermeyer was listed as the starting left tackle on Denver's first depth chart of training camp today, just three days after signing with the Broncos.
Diligent Lelie opens eyes - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
August 4, 2003 - When you already live in a Hawaiian paradise during the off-season, getting away to another tropical locale for solitude might seem peculiar. But there was wide receiver Ashley Lelie on the weekend before Denver Broncos training camp, embarking anyway on a Caribbean getaway.
Broncos camp report, August 4 - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
August 4, 2003 - The first thing you notice about free-agent signee Ed Ellis is that he doesn't quite fit the blueprint of the typical Broncos lineman of recent years in terms of size. He's 6-feet-5, 335 pounds. And that's currently 25 to 35 pounds lighter than what he weighed when he first reported to Rich Tuten and Co. for Denver's off-season program.
Thorburn: Portis ready for (2) grand performance - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
August 4, 2003 - Running behind the Denver Broncos offensive line is easy. Well, Terrell Davis made it look easy. Olandis Gary and Mike Anderson, compared to most other rookies around the league, didn't exactly struggle. It seems no matter how good (1997-98), bad (1999) or ugly (last season's collapse) it gets for Mike Shanahan's squads, they always seem to be able to run the football. This year, despite some training camp injuries, will be no different.
Hayward: Glad to Be More Than a Pawn - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Aug. 4, 2003 - Last year, Reggie Hayward didn't feel all that much like a football player, as he didn't register a sack and ended the season on the injured reserve list. Hamstrung by a scheme that limited his pass-rushing opportunities, he ached for a chance to sprint upfield and zoom in on quarterbacks once again.
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