Plummer back to 100 percent

Denver quarterback Jake Plummer says that he is fully recovered from the shoulder injury that hampered him during most of last season. Read about Plummer's progress as he participates in the Broncos' offseason conditioning program.

Plummer's Shoulder 'Feels Great' - Denver - Andrew Mason
Wednesday, April 7, 2004 - Two sets of numbers defined Jake Plummer's first season as the Denver Broncos' starting quarterback: 9-3 -- Denver's record with Plummer in the starting lineup; 1-4 -- Denver's record without Plummer. One of the four losses came in the season-ending game during which Head Coach Mike Shanahan rested most of the team's skill-position starters. Nevertheless, Plummer's impact was indelible, as he went 4-1 as a starter before missing four games due to injury. He then went 5-1 in the six weeks following his return to the lineup.

Gold meets with Saints officials - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Thursday, April 08, 2004 - In at least his fourth free-agent visit, Broncos linebacker Ian Gold spent Wednesday meeting with New Orleans Saints officials. The Saints, about $8 million under the salary cap, have the resources to sign Gold. But they do not have a glaring need for him.

Ahmaad Galloway's NFL Europe Journal: Week Two -
Tuesday, April 6, 2004 - This past weekend we lost a tough one to the Berlin Thunder, 20-14 in our opener. Leading up to the game, I thought we had several good practices before our travel day on Saturday. Most of us weren't accustomed to the long day of travel, however, coupled with the short preparation that we had. It was all new to many of us.

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