Broncos News Briefs - Friday, July 2

Rookie running back Tatum Bell has plenty of confidence. The Denver Broncos' second round draft selection ha chosen number 26 for his jersey and believes he can make fans forget the other number 26, Clinton Portis. Read about Bell in today's news reports.

Adjustment No Problem for Bell - Denver - Andrew Mason
Thursday, July 1, 2004 - Denver's first introduction to running back Tatum Bell gave the Broncos and their fans a glimpse into unbridled confidence. When told he couldn't have the jersey No. 7 that he wore during four outstanding seasons at Oklahoma State, he turned to No. 26. Never mind the fact that Clinton Portis recently took that jersey to back-to-back seasons with more than 1,400 yards; to Bell, the traded running back was "out of the picture." Just minutes after his selection, Bell shared his plans with the world.

Vice President of Ticket Operations/Business Development Rick Nichols Answers Your Questions -
Friday, July 2, 2004 - You might not think overseeing ticket operations for a team that has sold out every home game since 1970 would be too tough. But when your tenure includes trips to two Super Bowls plus moving more than 23,000 season ticket account holders to a brand new stadium like Rick Nichols has, you've seen plenty of challenges. This week you had the chance to ask about the team's ticket situation and policies with the Broncos Vice President of Ticket Operations/Business Development.

Scouting the AFC West: Defensive Line - - Byran Martin
Jul 2, 2004 - 1. Denver Broncos - Denver should have one of the best defensive lines in all of football. Not only could their front line start for just about anyone, but their second string - although old - is very experienced and should help guys like Darius Holland and Reggie Hayward tremendously.

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