Oct. 1, 2005 - Defensive end Reggie Hayward understands the business side of free agency. That's why Hayward, who'll play against the Denver Broncos Sunday for the first time since signing with the Jaguars in the offseason for a deal that included $10 million in guaranteed money, has no animosity toward his former team.
Broncos are cashing in on Gold rush - Lee Rasizer, Rocky Mountain News
Oct. 1, 2005 - <- It was a jump for joy. In the first quarter Monday night, Denver Broncos linebacker Ian Gold got so lathered up about a tackle made by Darrent Williams that he leaped over the defensive back in celebration. In the first quarter Monday night, Denver Broncos linebacker Ian Gold got so lathered up about a tackle made by Darrent Williams that he leaped over the defensive back in celebration.
Oct. 1, 2005 - The last time the Broncos traveled to Jacksonville, a baseball game broke out. The 7-6 final took a toll on the earned-run averages of both teams. It was a little bit like what happens to the Rockies on the road, as if the air had been taken out of the ball, which is pretty much what the Jags did. Lincicome: Chapter and curse: Broncos facing big hurdles SundayLet's play Pick a Curse. Here are the candidates: Florida. The Road. Monday Night Hangover. All of the above are supposed to work against the Broncos, threatening to blunt the recent local delight in seeing the Broncos meet their ambition of being a good football team.
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