Broncos make play for Northcutt

The Broncos are interested in Cleveland Browns receiver Dennis Northcutt and are discussing a trade with that club. Northcutt had 62 catches for 729 yards and two touchdowns last season including a 44 yard reception against Denver (photo). Read about the potential trade in today's news reports.

Broncos may have a shot at Northcutt - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
April 13, 2004 - Dennis Northcutt's fractious relationship with the Cleveland Browns that currently includes a grievance filed on his behalf by the NFL Players Association could be headed toward a solution that appeases not only the fourth-year receiver but the Denver Broncos, too. A league source indicated Monday night that the teams have initiated trade talks regarding Northcutt, who led Cleveland last season with 62 catches for 729 yards and two touchdowns.

Trade for WR brews Northcutt focus of Browns talks - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Tuesday, April 13, 2004 - After trading former Pro Bowl selections Clinton Portis and Deltha O'Neal, Denver might not be done dealing. The Broncos and Browns are discussing a trade that would send wide receiver Dennis Northcutt to Denver in exchange for at least one draft pick, Broncos and Browns officials confirmed Monday. The Browns want a third-round pick.

NFL Europe Week 2 Recap - Denver Broncos
Monday, April 12, 2004 - Week 2 of NFL Europe action saw a similar scene play out as Week 1. Berlin, Frankfurt and Rhein each came out victorious while Amsterdam, Cologne and Scotland fell to defeat. Berlin beat Amsterdam 28-17, Frankfurt doubled Cologne, 20-10 and Rhein handed Scotland a 31-3 thrashing. Here's a look at how Denver's allocated players performed with their respective clubs.

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