Kordell Stewart to return home?

Still searching for a backup quarterback, the Denver Broncos will bring in a familiar face to Coloradans - Kordell Stewart - on Tuesday. The Bears quarterback along with Tampa Bay safety John Lynch will visit Broncos headquarters today.

Quarterback Stewart among Broncos' free-agent guests - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Tuesday, March 16, 2004 - Kordell Stewart spent last season in a Bears uniform.Homecoming day could be extended at least a full year if the Broncos and former Colorado quarterback Kordell Stewart can reach a contract agreement. After a weekend's worth of planning, Stewart arrived in Denver on Monday night for a visit with Broncos officials today.

Broncos seek a double play - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
March 16, 2004 - The Buc stops here. A Buff, too. John Lynch, a five-time Pro Bowl safety for Tampa Bay, and ex-University of Colorado quarterback Kordell Stewart will visit the Denver Broncos' Dove Valley headquarters as part of their search for new employers.

Kaiser: Let judge decide - Rocky Mountain News - John Accola,
March 16, 2004 - Former Denver Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser, who a jury ruled was cheated out of his right to buy back a minority stake in the team in 1998, is asking a judge - not jurors - to determine damages. Kaiser's attorneys filed a motion in Denver federal court late Monday asking U.S. District Judge Richard Matsch for an "appropriate monetary remedy."

Bears make offer to OT Salaam - Chicago Sun-Times
March 16, 2004 - Hours after introducing new right tackle John Tait on Monday at Halas Hall, the Bears made an initial contract offer to free-agent left tackle Ephraim Salaam. Coach Lovie Smith said the team is excited about Qasim Mitchell as the first option at left tackle, but that didn't stop the Bears from stepping up their pursuit of Salaam, whose greatest trait might be his durability. Salaam has made 85 regular-season starts the last six seasons with the Denver Broncos and Atlanta Falcons.

Broncos bring back Spencer, add Stephens - Daily Camera
March 16, 2004 - The Denver Broncos re-signed cornerback Jimmy Spencer and signed free agent cornerback Reggie Stephens on Monday. Spencer, a 12-year NFL veteran, played the past four seasons with the Broncos. Last season, Spencer also assisted the coaching staff with the defensive backs, becoming the first player-coach in the NFL since 1970-71, when Dan Reeves performed both tasks for the Dallas Cowboys.

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