Fan Fare this weekend

The Denver Broncos' annual 'Fan Fare' runs from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday at Invesco Field. Read more about Fan Fare as well as an update on tackle George Foster in today's reports.

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Fan Fare runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 5 and 6 at Mile High at Invesco.

Gearing up for Fan Fare 2004 - Broncos Update
May 23, 2004- Billed as the "Ultimate Bronco Experience", Fan Fare 2004 is gearing up and headed to Invesco Field for the weekend of June 5th and 6th. Open to fans of all ages, Fan Fare provides a once in a lifetime opportunity with autograph sessions, photo opportunities, Q&A sessions, contests and raffles, memorabilia booths, field events, highlight films, panel discussions and more.

Measuring up - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
June 5, 2004 - He's the biggest thing to hit the Denver Broncos roster since, well, no one, really. Players have been taller than George Foster - such as Brian Clark and Stuart Yatsko, whose impact with the franchise, other than the lanky frames they squeezed into orange and blue, was brief and forgettable. Players have weighed more than Foster. The claim to fame with the organization for Alphonso Taylor, a defensive lineman, was that he tipped the scale at 360 pounds. But no one in team history has combined into one package the physical stature of Foster, the team's 2003 first-round pick.

Broncos were alert to lawsuit - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
June 5, 2004 - The Denver Broncos for now are standing behind an undrafted rookie named in a civil suit that alleges sexual assault and misconduct in the University of Washington's football program. The allegations are similar to some of the circumstances surrounding the recruiting scandal at the University of Colorado. Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist acknowledged the team has known since before the NFL draft in April about the allegations surrounding Roc Alexander.

Van Pelt Knew Transition Would Be Difficult - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Friday, June 4, 2004 - Long before the Broncos selected Bradlee Van Pelt with a seventh-round pick in April's NFL Draft, he knew the road to becoming an NFL quarterback would be fraught with potholes and pebbles, and that the frustrating moments would outnumber the fantastic ones. "I'm having a hard time, but I expected to have a hard time," Van Pelt said. "I knew it was coming. I just have to wake up every morning and go out there, and keep fighting. One day, it'll pay off."

Nate Jackson's NFL Europe Journal -- The Gambler - DenverBroncos.com
Friday, June 4, 2004 - My time here is running thin. The proverbial hourglass representing my German experience is nearly finito. Twisting and turning, the last grains of sand crowd the exit, anxious to discover their fate, whatever it may be. Pushing for the door, only to be flipped upside down once more. Today is my last day in Dusseldorf.

Bailey weighs in on new rule for corners - The Mercury News - Frank Schwab
Fri, Jun. 04, 2004 - Not long after the Denver Broncos acquired shutdown cornerback Champ Bailey, the NFL opted to make life more difficult on all cornerbacks. The NFL decided this offseason that it will strictly enforce its rule that outlaws cornerbacks making contact with a receiver past 5 yards from scrimmage, to reduce some of the physical play downfield in the passing game. That should give receivers an extra advantage.

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