Broncos News Briefs - Wednesday, May 4

Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer looks forward to quarterback camp in today's news stories.

Picking cornerbacks no big deal to Plummer - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Wednesday, May 04, 2005 - The free-agent frenzy has come and gone. So has the NFL draft. But so far, the Broncos' 2005 offense looks much as it did in 2004. That's just fine with quarterback Jake Plummer. Although Plummer admitted he was surprised Denver drafted three cornerbacks - Darrent Williams, Karl Paymah and Domonique Foxworth - without selecting a wide receiver, he said the team already has the offensive weapons it needs.

For Plummer, Waiting's Not the Hardest Part - Denver Broncos.com - Andrew Mason
Wednesday, May 4, 2005 - Unlike in the past two years, quarterback Jake Plummer is not spending the first full week of May preparing for a Broncos mini-camp -- and the shift in schedule is fine by him. The traditional early May mini-camp is scrapped this year, with the three days of practice shifted until early July, just over three weeks before training camp. "I kind of like it, instead of having to get ready for one this weekend," Plummer said. "It's like your bodies aren't ready quite yet for two-a-days (as the team has during mini-camps). You get sore really fast, and then you've got to come back and work out the next week, and it's like your body's not quite ready."

Broncos Head to Head: Ashley Lelie vs. Ashley Judd - DenverBroncos.com - Steve Harbula
Tuesday, May 3, 2005 - We're going to have a little fun through the start of training camp with a new weekly feature – Broncos Head to Head. Most football analysts look at match-ups you're likely to see on the field. But what about all those match-ups that you could see off the field?

Brandon Re-Signs With Broncos - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Tuesday, May 3, 2005 - Denver capped off its work with its restricted free agents Tuesday by re-signing fourth-year veteran safety Sam Brandon. The former UNLV standout, who played in nine games last year, returns as part of a group of safeties that is in a minor state of flux with the March departure of starting strong safety Kenoy Kennedy to the Detroit Lions. Brandon served as one of the backup safeties throughout the season, only seeing action on defense at Oakland and against Houston, recording no tackles.

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