Broncos news reports, Monday, May 3

The changing face of the Broncos' linebacking corps is the subject of a story in today's news reports.

Identity crisis awaits Broncos' linebackers - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Monday, May 03, 2004 - They were the Broncos' Three Musketeers: All for one and one for all. Al Wilson, the glowering heart and soul of the defense, manned the middle. He was flanked by his swift wingmen, John Mobley and Ian Gold. In 2002, the three linebackers ranked 1-2-3 in tackles for the Broncos. Wilson had 199, Gold 166 and Mobley 142.

General Manager Ted Sundquist Responds to Your Questions - Denver
Friday, April 30, 2004 - By the conclusion of the NFL Draft on Sunday, Denver added 10 new players to the team, three on defense and seven on offense. Along with 'Shannon Sharpe's announcement to return last week and the players the club has already signed in free agency, General Manager Ted Sundquist and the rest of the organization are feeling pretty good about the team as it looks toward its first on-field work at the May 7-9 minicamp.

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