Wednesday, June 02, 2004 - The NFL career of linebacker John Mobley, the last remaining defensive starter from the Broncos' Super Bowl XXXII championship team, is nearing a crossroads. Mobley is scheduled to meet with his doctor in California this week to see if his injured neck has healed enough to allow him to continue to play football. If the news is not good, Mobley's career could be over.
Gardener gone; Mobley's future unclear - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
June 2, 2004 - Controversial defensive tackle Daryl Gardener will be released as expected today by the Denver Broncos, but don't expect to see John Mobley's name on the list of NFL cuts. Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist said Tuesday the team simply does not have enough information regarding Mobley's health to make any decision about the linebacker's future with the club.
Ahmaad Galloway's NFL Europe Journal: Week Ten - DenverBroncos.com
Tuesday, June 1, 2004 - I went with a few of the other players on the team to see "The Day After Tomorrow" at the local movie theatre. I thought it was a good movie. I didn't really like the love story that was in it, but the focus on global warming and such was pretty neat. Leading up to the game last week, I had my mind set on working out as much as possible. I have been doing some exercises in the swimming pool and been trying to get my body in perfect condition for my return to Denver.
Kings of the Sidelines - The Sports Network - Bryan McGovern
Tuesday, June 1, 2004 - You'll hear some big names bandied about over the next few weeks as the NFL's final phase of free agency takes hold in the form of a salvage yard. Big names with voided contracts will switch teams like antsy train commuters at Grand Central Station.
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