Broncos News Reports - Friday, February 13

Read the latest news reports concerning the Denver Broncos, including the latest from the ownership trial as witnesses are called for the defense.

Bowlen lawyers: Kin's role known - Denver Post - Kris Hudson and Tom McGhee
Friday, February 13, 2004 - Pat Bowlen's defense attorneys produced a string of witnesses Thursday who said former Denver Broncos' owner Edgar Kaiser understood Bowlen's family would be involved in the team's ownership.

So close, but yet so par - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Friday, February 13, 2004 - Sports are about hope and memories, and we go to sporting events in search of each. Hoping to see something we never have. Believing we will see something we will always remember. For all the magic I've been fortunate enough to witness, the two things I've always wanted to see, but never have, are a no-hitter in baseball and a hole in one in golf.

Kaiser left partners in 'black hole' - Rocky Mountain News - Karen Abbott
February 13, 2004 - Former Denver Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser took a $10 million loan from two Steamboat Springs businessmen in 1983 but stalled getting National Football League approval for the minority ownership in the team the men were promised in exchange, one of the businessmen testified Thursday. Henson showcases skills for NFL scouts - Daily Camera - Associated Press
February 13, 2004 - HOUSTON — Drew Henson tried to show NFL scouts Thursday he can hit a receiver better than he could hit a curveball. Representatives from 20 teams gathered at the Houston Texans' practice bubble to watch the former Michigan quarterback throw about 75 passes.

Free Agency Preview: Running Backs and Fullbacks - DenverBroncos.com - Bobby Mestas
Thursday, February 12, 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 take a look at the running backs at fullbacks:

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