Broncos News Briefs - Tuesday, June 15

Read about the latest happenings with the Denver Broncos in today's news reports.

Anderson ready to take on tailback - Denver Post - Jim Armstrong
Tuesday, June 15, 2004 - OK, I admit it. I want Mike Anderson to win the Broncos' starting tailback job. Nothing against the other contestants. It's just that they haven't endured the kind of stress and strain that Anderson has in recent months.

Adams: Ex-Broncos trainer targets next niche - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
June 15, 2004 - Jim Keller and Dennis Martin know a thing or two about working with athletes to reach new levels of performance. So it made sense their new training and conditioning venture be named Next Level Sports Performance. Keller, who attended Fort Lewis College, left the Denver Broncos this spring after spending the past 10 years working for the team as an assistant trainer.

It's the Mob on 3rd and 10; turn the page - Denver Post - Bill Husted
Tuesday, June 15, 2004 - Call him Reggie Rivers - Renaissance Man. He's a columnist for The Denver Post, a motivational speaker, a KBDI-Ch. 12 moderator and a Broncos commentator for KCNC-Ch. 4. He was a fullback for the Denver Broncos and a radio talk-show host. Now he's a big time novelist.

NFL Europe World Bowl Recap - DenverBroncos.com
Monday, June 14, 2004 - The Berlin Thunder and Broncos punter Hayden Epstein made it three wins in a row over the Frankfurt Galaxy this season with a 30-24 victory to take World Bowl XII and become champions of the 2004 NFL Europe season. Epstein punted twice in the game for 85 yards with a long of 45. The victory gave the Thunder its third World Bowl championship and third in four years to go along with wins in 2001 and 2002.

B.J. Johnson: Out from the Shadows - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Monday, June 14, 2004 - Last autumn, Roy Williams completed a college career in which he re-wrote the receiving record books at the University of Texas, concluding a season and career so dominant that he became a top-10 draft selection of the Detroit Lions. But when the 2003 season ended and the program passed out its awards, Williams wasn't even the clear-cut top receiver on his own team. He had to share the team's outstanding receiver award -- with B.J. Johnson, who went unwanted before being procured by the Broncos following the NFL Draft in April.

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