Bailey to get work at receiver

Denver Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey will get extensive work this off-season at wide receiver, according to reports in today's news briefs.

Bailey gets chance as receiver - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Sunday, March 27, 2005 - At the Pro Bowl, Champ Bailey said his objective this offseason was to become an option for the Broncos offensively. The team is taking him up on it, showing a desire to work with Bailey as a receiver. Denver coach Mike Shanahan said this week at the NFL owners meetings the team plans to work closely with Bailey on offense during the offseason camps.

Tagliabue not about to let NFL become NHL - Denver Post - Bill Williamson
Sunday, March 27, 2005 - It's not about the issues. It's about the image. That's why you can stop fretting. The Broncos aren't going Avalanche on us anytime soon. Not as long as the NFL is running the NFL. That's why NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue made it clear last week to separate his league from the mess that is the NHL, which canceled the 2004-05 season and the upcoming entry draft. "We are not hockey," Tagliabue said defiantly.

Another Broncos turn for Burns - Rocky Mountain News - Jeff Legwold
March 26, 2005 - The Denver Broncos continue to go with what they know in free agency. They already have signed linebacker Ian Gold to his second stint with the team and tried to bring back backup quarterback Gus Frerotte before Frerotte signed in Miami. Friday, the Broncos signed veteran linebacker Keith Burns to his third stay with the team.

Coordinator of Football Administration Mike Bluem Answers Your Questions -
Friday, March 25, 2005 - As Denver's Coordinator of Football Administration, Mike Bluem works to manage Denver's salary cap and make sure the club is in compliance with all of the regulations that NFL teams must abide by with respect to the cap. As the NFL has grown as a business the salary cap and effective management of it have become increasingly more important to fielding a successful football team. With free agency underway, Bluem is well occupied in managing Denver's cap while the team tries to acquire players that will help the club and mesh within the cap's restraints. Despite this busy period for him, he made time to answer your questions.

Burns, Alexander Hop on Board - - Andrew Mason
Friday, March 25, 2005 - The Broncos remembered the Titan. Keith Burns, a product of the Alexandria, Va. high school immortalized in Remember the Titans, returned to the Broncos on Friday, signing a deal to don orange and blue after a one-season sojourn with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Burns' return comes just over three weeks after Ian Gold made the same round-trip, coming back to the Broncos on March 3 after joining the Bucs in free agency last offseason.

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