April 27, 2004 - When Darrell Campbell woke up Monday morning he was elated about the free-agent deal his agent, Ken Kremer, had worked out for him with the Denver Broncos on Sunday. A few hours later, the former Thornwood and Notre Dame star was deflated when the Broncos called and took the deal off the table. Denver had verbally offered Campbell after Sunday's NFL draft -- a deal that included a three-year, $225,000 contract and a $17,500 signing bonus.
Mauck will forgo dental plan - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Tuesday, April 27, 2004 - Dental school can wait. First, former LSU star Matt Mauck wants to sink his teeth into a career as an NFL quarterback. "I definitely wanted to play in the NFL, that's the thing I wanted to do," Mauck said Sunday after the Broncos selected him in the seventh round of the draft.
Oh, brother, rookie's heavy - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Tuesday, April 27, 2004 - Talk about your big brother. Monday, the Broncos signed 5-foot-11, 315-pound rookie free agent Brandon Kennedy. The defensive tackle from North Texas is the younger brother of Kenoy Kennedy, Denver's strong safety. So while Kenoy is the big brother by birth, Brandon is the big brother by girth.
Denver delivers Bedlam unity - Oklahoma Daily - Jenny Dial
April 27, 2004 - Colorado is becoming reminiscent of the Sooner state. The Denver Broncos will have a Bedlam backfield next season since they picked up Oklahoma State running back Tatum Bell in the second round of the NFL draft. The Broncos drafted former Oklahoma running back Quentin Griffin in the 4th round of the 2003 draft. Griffin and Bell played against each other for three years in the annual Bedlam battle.
The Day After: Broncos Add Seven Rookie Free Agents - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Monday, April 26, 2004 - The draft ended Sunday, but the procurement of rookies continued a day later. Monday, the Broncos agreed to terms with seven rookie free agents: Notre Dame defensive tackle Darrell Campbell, Florida guard Shannon Snell, Wake Forest guard Tyson Clabo, North Texas defensive tackle Brandon Kennedy, Texas wide receiver B.J. Johnson, Southeastern Oklahoma State receiver Romar Crenshaw and Washington cornerback Roc Alexander.
NFL Europe Week 4 Recap - DenverBroncos.com - James Merilatt
Monday, April 26, 2004 - And then there was one. After four weeks of NFL Europe play, there is only one remaining undefeated team in the league. By posting a 14-10 victory over the Rhein Fire, the Berlin Thunder improved to 4-0 and sit atop the league's standings. In a battle between two winless squads, the Cologne Centurions emerged victorious by a 17-3 margin over the Scottish Claymores who fell to 0-4. In the other contest over the weekend, the Amsterdam Admirals took a 21-17 win over the Frankfurt Galaxy. Get caught up on all the weekend's action with today's recap story.
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