Ownership trial continues

The Denver Broncos ownership trial continued with Pat Bowlen testifying. Read the latest from the courtroom in today's news reports.

Bowlen denies papers' accuracy - Denver Post - Tom McGhee
Wednesday, February 11, 2004 - Documents presented in court suggesting that Pat Bowlen's family was involved in buying the Denver Broncos were inaccurate, Bowlen testified Tuesday.

Bowlen testifies about conflicting statements - Rocky Mountain News - John Accola
February 11, 2004 - Edgar Kaiser's legal team had a field day in federal court Tuesday, undermining the credibility of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen with sworn statements he made years ago in court battles with the IRS and former partners. "I'm not sure what I said," Bowlen said after Kaiser's attorney, Stephen Long, cited a 1986 lawsuit in which Bowlen's testimony directly contradicted his claim that he alone bought the team in 1984.

Free Agency Previews -- Quarterbacks - DenverBroncos.com - James Merilatt
Tuesday, February 10, 2004 - The new NFL season doesn't kick off with the draft, the start of training camp, the first preseason game or opening weekend. It begins on March 3 - the first day of the 2004 free agent signing period. Starting that Wednesday, teams around the league can begin making offers to unrestricted free agents, adding pieces to their championship puzzle. As that all-important date approaches, we'll provide a position-by-position preview of the notable players that will be available to the highest bidder. Today, we begin with a look at the quarterbacks.

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