Wednesday, July 20, 2005 - There is but one irrefutable truth of the Broncos' running game over the last decade -- that someone will emerge as a force. So for the Broncos, it's hard to justify fretting over Reuben Droughns' departure, nor is it worthy of panic when offering the caveats for each competitor in the running-back derby. Mike Anderson believes that he can be that once and future bellwether back.
Carter tabbed to coach Florida A& - Denver Post - Brent Kallestad, AP
07/20/2005 - Former Broncos nose tackle Rubin Carter will be introduced today as the head coach at Florida A&M. Carter, 52, spent the past 16 months as defensive line coach at Temple and was a key player for the Broncos' famed "Orange Crush" defense on Denver's first Super Bowl team in 1977. "A homegrown Floridian who has come through the high school ranks, playing his college ball at Miami, an All-American, in the NFL for more than a decade," Florida A&M athletic director Newton Jackson said Tuesday. "That's what all the kids aspire to." Contract negotiations were to be finalized before today's news conference, Jackson said.
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