Wednesday, December 03, 2003 - Broncos coach Mike Shanahan "takes 'em one game at a time." He claims to forsake the art of scoreboard watching. He swears he's not even aware of the current AFC playoff situation. OK, fine, but with only four weeks remaining in the season and the Broncos' playoff hopes in a precarious position, it's only natural to take a peek into the future.
Charges draw attention of stadium board - Denver Post - Jason Blevins
Wednesday, December 03, 2003 - Charges by regulators that Invesco Funds Group was involved in market timing has drawn the attention of the board that oversees Denver's Invesco Field at Mile High. "The board is concerned and will continue to monitor the situation," said Matt Sugar, who is authorized to speak for the district. "It appears at this point that these were isolated cases, but it certainly is something the board is watching on behalf of the taxpayers."
Bowlen stands behind Broncos - Rocky Mountain News - Clay Latimer
December 3, 2003 - It's a good week to be Pat Bowlen. That always will be the case whenever his Denver Broncos come off a season sweep of the hated Oakland Raiders. But the season as a whole has been a sometimes uplifting, often frustrating affair for the team's owner. At 7-5, the Broncos are on the fringe of the playoff race heading into Sunday's rematch with the 11-1 Kansas City Chiefs at Invesco Field at Mile High, and Bowlen knows better than most that the stakes are amazingly high.
Hall elects Davis, Roy - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
December 3, 2003 - Terrell Davis and Patrick Roy headline the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2004. Davis, whose career with the Denver Broncos was shortened by injuries after eight seasons, and Roy, who spent eight years as the Colorado Avalanche's goalie, are two of six new CSHOF inductees elected Tuesday.
Blown chances haunt the Broncos - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
December 3, 2003 - On Oct. 5, the Broncos and Chiefs were 4-0 before they played at Arrowhead Stadium. Clinton Portis had 141 yards rushing with one touchdown; Priest Holmes finished with 97 yards rushing and no touchdowns.
Game got Chiefs going - Kansas City Star - Joe Posnanski
Wed, Dec. 03, 2003 - The 15-1 train chugs into the big, bad Denver week, and what do you know? It seems that Broncos players and fans are still complaining about a missed clipping call or two during Dante Hall's astounding punt return back in week five. Which leads to the question: How long can someone whine about one missed call?
Close calls count - Kansas City Star - Ivan Carter
Wed, Dec. 03, 2003 - Want to know the difference between the 11-1 Chiefs and the 9-3 Colts? How about red-zone offense? All that kept the Colts from gaining a huge win Sunday over the Patriots was 1 yard, when running back Edgerrin James was stuffed on a fourth-and-1 blast up the middle on the game's final play.
Vermeil Verbatim - Kansas City Star
Wed, Dec. 03, 2003 - Comments from Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil's weekly news conference Tuesday
Chiefs Notebook - Kansas City Star - Ivan Carter
Wed, Dec. 03, 2003 - Sunday's game at Denver presents several intriguing possibilities for the Chiefs. A win would wrap up an AFC West title, give them their first sweep of the AFC West since 1995 and move them one step closer to wrapping up home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Davis Selected for Colorado Sports HOF - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Tuesday, December 2, 2003 - Although Terrell Davis isn't officially retired, he's headed for a hall of fame. Tuesday, the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame announced that team's all-time leading rusher will be inducted as part of its six-member 2004 class. He becomes the 21st former Broncos player, coach or administrator so honored.
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