Mini-camp begins

The Denver Broncos begin their mini-camp today and a lot of eyes will be focused on the running back position. Rookie Tatum Bell (in photo) will be one of a stable of backs - including veteran Mike Anderson, second year man Quentin Griffin, and free agent acquisition Garrison Hearst - vying to replace Clinton Portis.

P - Denver Post- Patrick Saunders
Friday, May 07, 2004 - When rookie Tatum Bell steps onto the practice fields at Broncos headquarters for the opening of minicamp today, he will tread on hallowed ground.

Showtime for extreme makeover - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
May 7, 2004 - Despite a perimeter wall and dark screens on the gate, an occasional fan still will find a way to catch a glimpse of Denver Broncos workouts. But in recent weeks, Rod Smith admits feeling as if someone else has been lurking in the distance.

Mini-camp Preview: For Players Like Quinn, Opportunity Knocks - - Andrew Mason
Thursday, May 6, 2004 - Denver is Mike Quinn's sixth NFL stop and his seventh overall in the pro game, counting a 1998 spring sojourn with the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe. Over the course of those excursions, the 30-year-old quarterback has played in just two NFL regular-season games. But over the course of that time, he's taken part in too many offseason practices, workouts and training sessions to count.

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