Broncos News Briefs - Wednesday, June 23

Read what Denver Broncos guard Dan Neil thinks about all the personnel changes on offense in today's news reports.

Neil: Changes No Problem for Offense - Denver - Andrew Mason
Tuesday, June 22, 2004 - The virtues of experience, consistency and resiliency make guard Dan Neil impossible to ignore when he speaks. Experience comes with being one of five starters left from the Broncos' Super Bowl XXXIII win over the Atlanta Falcons. Consistency goes hand-in-hand with only missing four starts in his six seasons as a starter. Resiliency was never displayed more prominently than in 2002, when he played against the New York Jets just six days after arthroscopic knee surgery.

Chargers Scout: The Denver Broncos - SD Bolt Report - Byran Martin
Jun 23, 2004 - Who would've thought that Mike Shanahan would be on the hot seat. Many did feel, however, the coals would've been cooking under his lawn chair if he didn't do something quickly to amend the previous lackluster seasons. The Broncos shook things up by making a change at the most important position on the field. By seasons end, Shanahan was yet again elevated to one of the coaching "untouchables" in the NFL.

FieldTurf Wins Contract For Canton's Historic Fawcett Stadium - Primezone - David Walsh
June 22, 2004 - Historic Fawcett Stadium in Canton, OH, home of the NFL's annual Hall of Fame Game, will install FieldTurf in time for this year's August 9 matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Washington Redskins. The announcement was made today by FieldTurf CEO John Gilman. This news places yet another feather in the cap of FieldTurf, the industry's runaway leader in artificial turf.

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