Offseason conditioning begins

The Broncos have started their offseason conditioning workouts at the Denver's Dove Valley headquarters. Read about the workouts and how the Broncos' players are doing in NFL Europe in today's reports.

Broncos Convene to Begin Offseason Workouts - Denver - Andrew Mason
Monday, April 5, 2004 - The regular season is over five months away, and training camp doesn't begin for another 16 weeks. But in a signficant respect, the Broncos' 2004 season began on a wind-swept, sunny morning at Dove Valley, when the players convened for the opening of offseason conditioning workouts.

Will He Stay or Will He Go? Sharpe's Teammates Weigh In - - Andrew Mason
Monday, April 5, 2004 - As the Broncos convened for the start of offseason workouts Monday, their collective focus was on the field. But the unknown plans of a future Hall of Famer weren't far from the minds of many players. Tight end Shannon Sharpe was excused from the workouts for a second consecutive year. Last year, he was similarly excused and arrived in time for the team's voluntary camp in June, having announced his intention to return for a 14th season in early May.

NFL Europe Week 1 Recap -
Monday, April 5, 2004 - Only two of Denver&rsquos six allocations were victorious on the opening weekend of NFL Europe&rsquos 12th season of action. Wide receiver Nate Jackson of the Rhein Fire and punter Hayden Epstein of the Berlin Thunder as well as the Frankfurt Galaxy started the season off right by taking victories over the Cologne Centurions, Scottish Claymores and Amsterdam Admirals respectively. Here's a look at how Denver's allocated players performed with their respective clubs.

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