Sunday, June 13, 2004 - Matt Lepsis used to waltz. Now he must learn to tango. It's not easy to change steps in mid-career, but after five years as the Broncos' starting right tackle, Lepsis is learning to dance to the left.
Nobody's perfect: Call it 12-4 - Denver Post - Woody Paige
Sunday, June 13, 2004 - Upon further review, regardless of my prediction, as you might have detected, the Broncos did not finish 19-0 in 2003. My bad. Their worse. In point of fact, I was more than half right. The Broncos did start off 4-0 and could have won in Kansas City if the Mastermind hadn't been a complete knucklehead and punted to Dante Hall.
Salary cap: Why the NFL system works - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
June 13, 2004 - The salary cap seems so simple. Each of the NFL's 32 teams can spend X amount ($80.582 million for 2004) per season on player salaries. Which means there are no haves (see Yankees, New York) or have-nots (see Penguins, Pittsburgh) like in other major professional sports leagues. The franchises that spend X amount the wisest, assuming they are also draft savvy and blessed with good fortune relative to injuries, should have a chance to win a Super Bowl.
Trick play lifts Thunder to World title - Denver Post
Sunday, June 13, 2004 - Wide receiver Richard Alston threw a 60-yard touchdown pass to Chas Gessner on a trick play Saturday, helping the Berlin Thunder beat the Frankfurt Galaxy 30-24 to win a wild World Bowl XII in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. The Thunder matched the league mark for best record, finishing 10-1.
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