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Denver's defense looks to improve from within, Assistant coach David Gibbs is moving up and Dale Carter continues to plague the Broncos. These stories and more are featured "In The News"

Pryce, O'Neal might shift
Without signing or drafting a player this offseason, the Denver Broncos may have uncovered a new Pro Bowl defensive end and new Pro Bowl safety. 
Denver Post 3/5

Broncos may not think safety first
Safety first might be a critical catch phrase at many places of employment, but in the NFL it seems a take-it-or-leave-it proposition.
Rocky Mountain News

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Free agency a crapshoot
Beyond the hash marks, inside the numbers, is the story of how the Denver Broncos constructed a two-time Super Bowl champion, but since have been unable to return.
Denver Post 3/3

Gibbs starts climbing ladder
The ascension of Denver Broncos assistant coach David Gibbs - son of Alex Gibbs, former Denver offensive line coach - has begun.
Denver Post

Broncos still pursuing Saints' OT Roaf
The Denver Broncos still might figure out a way to acquire perennial Pro Bowl offensive tackle Willie Roaf. But for the time being, it will not be via a trade.
Denver Post

Misfortune can be blessing
Star quarterbacks are supposed to have the golden looks and golden arms, the charmed luck and charmed existences. So who inserted special-needs children into this script?
Denver Post

Carter's bankruptcy bad news for Broncos
Even though cornerback Dale Carter no longer works in Denver, he is continuing to cause the Denver Broncos millions of problems.
Denver Post

Team Report: Sharpe could return for second tenure
Shannon Sharpe back in a Broncos uniform? That's the hot topic in Denver. The future Hall of Fame tight end has said he would like to come back to the city where he got his start. Sharpe was released in a cost-cutting move by the Ravens last week.
The Sporting News

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