Lynch gets car, McCaffrey gets job

Citing good karma, new Denver Broncos safety John Lynch won a new car at the Mike Shanahan golf tournament. In other news of the day, former wide receiver Ed McCaffrey has a new job and coach Mike Shanahan gets an exemption.

Lynch's good luck keeps on coming - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Tuesday, June 08, 2004 - If things keep going like this for safety John Lynch, the 2004 Broncos will go 16-0 and breeze to their third Super Bowl title. Lynch, playing Monday in the 10th annual Mike Shanahan Golf Classic at the Omni Interlocken Golf Resort, aced the second hole on the Eldorado course and won a new car.

Ace in the Hole - Denver - Andrew Mason
Tuesday, June 8, 2004 - When John Lynch signed with the Broncos, some factors indicated that the union of player and team might have been providence or destiny. It's impossible to conclude whether that is the case. But on a day off from workouts, Lynch managed one of the most unlikely sports accomplishments of his life, stunning his teammates, coaches, and playing partners in the Mike Shanahan charity golf event by drilling a hole in one on a 139-yard par-3 on Monday afternoon.

MCCAFFREY joins Exclusive Resorts - Denver Post - Lori Cumpston
Tuesday, June 08, 2004 Recently retired Denver Broncos All-Pro wide receiver Ed McCaffrey has been named vice president of sports and entertainment for Exclusive Resorts, a Denver company specializing in luxury residence clubs. McCaffrey, 35, will be involved in all aspects of business development, including advertising, marketing and networking. However, his main focus will be on increasing the company's brand awareness among athletes and entertainers.

Former NFL Star Ed McCaffrey Joins Exclusive Resorts - Business
June 08, 2004 - Exclusive Resorts, the pioneer and global leader in luxury residence clubs, is pleased to announce the addition of former All-Pro wide receiver Ed McCaffrey as Vice President of Sports & Entertainment. Just months after retiring from the NFL, the three-time Super Bowl champion joins the dynamic business development team of the fast-growing private luxury membership club known for its unrivaled portfolio of hundreds of multi-million dollar residences in dozens of the world's greatest destinations.

Adams: Elway will have another field day - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
June 8, 2004 - Fans who cannot attend John Elway's induction ceremony into the Pro Football Hall of Fame at Canton, Ohio, on Aug. 8 still will have an opportunity to celebrate with the Denver Broncos icon - from the stands of Invesco Field at Mile High. Elway will make another comeback Aug. 20, when he plays in a football game that will feature a number of former NFL stars. A formal announcement of the game is expected later this week, but it has been confirmed Elway will participate.

NFL Europe Week 10 Recap -
Monday, June 7, 2004 - The stage is set, the Berlin Thunder and Frankfurt Galaxy will meet for the NFL Europe championship in World Bowl XII this Sunday, June 12. The two clubs will play for the second straight week and third time in four weeks. Sunday's game may have had more than little gamesmanship to is as the Thunder took a 41-0 victory over the Galaxy in the season finale.

Shanahan merits a special exception - Fox Sports - Dan Pompei
Monday, June 7, 2004 - The criticism has become so common, it's almost a cliche: Mike Shanahan is nothing without John Elway. Yes, and Emeril is nothing without butter. Willie Nelson is nothing without that old guitar. And Santa Claus is nothing without flying reindeer. These are the facts: Since Elway's retirement five years ago, Shanahan has coached the Broncos to a 44-36 record; the team has had only one losing season -- finishing fifth, second, third, second and second in the AFC West -- and has made the playoffs twice, only to be knocked out in the first round both times.

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