Wednesday, April 28, 2004 - Linebacker Ian GoldWhen Broncos coach Mike Shanahan spoke to free-agent linebacker Ian Gold on Saturday, it might as well have been to say goodbye. Gold reached agreement Tuesday with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a backloaded, seven-year contract that could be worth up to $50 million, sources close to the deal said. Gold confirmed his deal with Tampa Bay was done and said he would discuss it later, but did not return a telephone call.
Campbell to sign with Bears - NWITimes.com - John O'Malley
Wednesday, April 28, 2004 - For as long as he can remember, Darrell Campbell has always wanted to play for the Bears. Following an almost unbelievable turn of events with the Denver Broncos over the last 48 hours, he'll have an opportunity to eventually do that. According to a source close to Campbell, the former Thornwood and Notre Dame star will sign a deal with the Bears on Thursday.
Broncos cut quarterback Woodbury - Winston Salem Journal - John Dell
Wednesday, April 28, 2004 - Quarterback Tory Woodbury, a former star at Winston-Salem State, was released Monday by the Denver Broncos. Woodbury, 25, was supposed to be playing in NFL Europe, but the Broncos wanted him to stay in Denver and go through workouts there. However, the team drafted two quarterbacks over the weekend, creating a surplus at the position.
Ahmaad Galloway's NFL Europe Journal: Week Five - DenverBroncos.com
Tuesday, April 27, 2004 - First off, I'm really having a great time out here in Scotland. It&rsquos been a learning experience both on and off the field so far and I'm glad to be here. All of the players are good guys and we are all taking full advantage of our opportunities to be out on the playing field. The Scots are very nice people and we have some dedicated fans that have stuck by us through some tough times.
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