Bye week a week for healing

For the Denver Broncos, the bye week is not so much a vacation, but a time for healing - both mentally and physically. Read about it in today's reports, including a home remedy for quarterback Jake Plummer.

Mama still knows best - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
November 8, 2003 - Chicken soup might be good for the soul, but when it comes to certain sports injuries, Marilyn Plummer has just the tonic. And she has made sure her youngest son, Jake, has had a ready supply while battling his way back to the Denver Broncos starting lineup after foot and shoulder injuries.

Week 10 NFL previews - Daily Camera - Lonnie White, Los Angeles Times
November 8, 2003 - Week 10 NFL previews

Broncos At the Bye: 5-4 and Needing More - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Friday, November 7, 2003 - The primary storyline of the Broncos so far this season isn't what they have accomplished in terms of the win-loss record, but of whom they've managed to get to a 5-4 record through nine weeks without.

Ronnie Bradford Answers Your Bye Week Questions - DenverBroncos.com
Friday, November 7, 2003 - With the Broncos away for a bye week, this week's Q&A will be with a former player and current member of Denver's coaching staff, special teams assistant Ronnie Bradford. The former defensive back traded in his spikes for a whistle this past year as he wrapped up a 10-year career between the lines. In Denver, he returns to the state where it all began for him as he played at the University of Colorado for four years and earned first-team All-Big Eight recognition in his seanior year as well as a national championship with the Buffs.

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