Tuesday, July 13, 2004 - From 1996 until 2001, changes at linebacker were infrequent. Bill Romanowski and John Mobley manned the vast majority of the games at the two outside linebacker slots, with only Mobley enduring any kind of extended absence due to his 1999 knee injury. There was a little more change in the middle, where Allen Aldridge and Glenn Cadrez were among those to start, but that stabilized with the first-round selection of Al Wilson in 1999; he became the starter after Cadrez moved to the outside to replace Mobley. Five years later, Wilson has a pair of Pro Bowl appearances and, this offseason, he signed a long-term contract to keep him in Denver for the next few years.
Training Camp Preview: Defensive Line - Denver Broncos.com - Andrew Mason
Monday, July 12, 2004 - For defensive end Reggie Hayward, the time to blossom is now. The Broncos possess known quantities all around the defensive line; fellow linemen Trevor Pryce and Luther Elliss have been to Pro Bowls in the past four years. Defensive tackles Mario Fatafehi and Darius Holland held down the interior fort through most of the 2003 season, while newcomers Marco Coleman and Raylee Johnson bring a collective 24 seasons&rsquo worth of experience to the mix.
Who else? Rhoden rolls for third time - Denver Post - Joseph Sanche
Monday, July 12, 2004 g- Former pitcher Rick Rhoden found his second calling on the course. This putt on the 18th hole sealed his nine-point win.Broomfield - Nine holes into his final round Sunday, the host of the Sun Microsystems John Elway Celebrity Classic looked at the electronic scoreboard at the Omni Interlocken Resort Golf Club in amazement. "How does the guy go from 25 points to 41 in six holes?" he asked his equally amazed playing partners.
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