March 14, 2004 - Reggie Stephens is expected to sign a two-year contract Monday with the Denver Broncos, he said Friday from his Santa Cruz home. The cornerback and special teams player agreed to the deal Friday and will travel to Colorado on Monday for a physical. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Stephens said it was laden with incentives. He said the Broncos originally offered three years, but he turned that down. Essentially, he said, if he has a breakthrough season, he would be locked into the long-term contract and unable to renegotiate for a higher salary. This way, he said, he has more flexibility.
Jobs available for solid free agents - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, March 14, 2004 - Adopting New England's approach while eschewing Washington's, the Broncos continue to seek solid players rather than star ones. Denver signed veteran free-agent wide receiver Willie Jackson to help replace retired wideout Ed McCaffrey, and is zeroing in on free-agent defensive end Raylee Johnson to help replace departed defensive end Bertrand Berry, who signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the Arizona Cardinals last weekend.
Offensive Coordinator Gary Kubiak Responds to Your Questions - DenverBroncos.com
Friday, March 12, 2004 - Former Broncos quarterback and current offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak completed his 18th season with the organization in 2003. As an eighth-round draft selection, the Texas A&M product was chosen by Denver in the 1983 NFL Draft. With the arrival of John Elway a short time later, Kubiak would serve as the Hall of Famer's backup for the next nine seasons enjoying three trips to the Super Bowl.
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