Early pick may be RB or WR

As the NFL Draft draws near, it appears that the Broncos will be looking to bolster the offense with some early picks. Wisconsin wide receiver Lee Evans (in photo) is one player that is being mentioned as a possible first round pick by Denver.

Broncos drafting to boost offense - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Friday, April 23, 2004 - Time for some finishing touches to this offseason and a foundation for future ones. Time for the NFL draft. After investing more than $33 million in signing bonuses this offseason on their defense, the Broncos are likely to invest their top draft choices in their offense.

Jury gets Mobley's DUI arrest case - Denver Post - J. Sebastian Sinisi
Friday, April 23, 2004 - The jury weighing the criminal case of Denver Broncos linebacker John Mobley will continue proceedings today after a long day of business Thursday. Mobley is on trial for allegedly driving under the influence of alcohol in December 2002 - his second DUI arrest in less than four years.

Guesswork-related injuries - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Friday, April 23, 2004 - We have reached the time of year when NFL writers get to make fools of themselves, get to be mocked. Composing mock drafts.

Team-by-team analysis - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Friday, April 23, 2004 2004 - Denver Post NFL writer Adam Schefter provides a team-by-team analysis for the NFL draft Saturday and Sunday

Winslow totes some baggage - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin,
April 23, 2004 - Shannon Sharpe knows a thing or two about tight ends, and there's no question he likes what he sees in Kellen Winslow Jr. "I see him as the guy who best resembles me," said Sharpe, who announced Wednesday he is returning for his 15th NFL season.

Sharpe's outlook not just cosmetic - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
April 23, 2004 - So how did Shannon Sharpe celebrate his announcement that he will return for a 15th NFL season? "I just got a manicure and a pedicure," Sharpe said Thursday from Georgia. "I had to pamper myself since I made such a big statement."

Scouting the draft: Tight ends - Rocky Mountain News
April 23, 2004 - Kellen Winslow Jr. Miami 6-4 251 His immaturity on and off the field hurt his draft status, but his ability is hard to deny.

Scouting the draft: Safety - Rocky Mountain News
April 23, 2004 - Sean Taylor Miami (Fla.) 6-2 228 Follows in the footsteps of great Miami safeties Benny Blades, Daryl Williams and Ed Reed. Has cornerback's instincts, weak-side linebacker's body and a Ray Lewis-type attitude.

Scouting the draft: Cornerbacks - Rocky Mountain News
April 23, 2004 - DeAngelo Hall Virginia Tech 5-10 202 Might not have optimal height, but his quickness is perhaps unparalleled in the draft this year.

Supreme Court turns down Clarett's request - Daily Camera - Mark Maske, Washington Post
April 23, 2004 - WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court declined to intervene in Maurice Clarett's legal tussle with the NFL Thursday, leaving the former Ohio State tailback ineligible for this weekend's draft.

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