Denver Broncos News Blogs - Wed. Oct. 5

The Broncos add some depth to their offensive line, Jake Plummer finds himself again in a helmet decal controversy and Todd Sauerbrun breaks his silence with the media. Read all about it in today's Denver Broncos News Blogs.

Plummer's latest decal flap is no sticky situation
Jeff Legwold - Rocky Mountain News
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer won't be fined even though he didn't stick with the NFL's program Sunday. As part of the league's first regular- season game outside the United States - the Arizona Cardinals faced the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday in Mexico City - all of the league's players wore a green Futbol Americano sticker on their helmets Sunday.

Broncos, others ordering up biggie sizes
Jeff Legwold - Rocky Mountain News
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - In a perfect world, NFL coaches want the league's young and the restless to play their age, not act it. And many in NFL personnel departments believe the best way to find rookies who will be able to step in the quickest is to go big in the draft. Big, as in big schools, big programs, big conferences and big-rivalry games.

Punter's life finer out of Carolina
Bill Williamson - Denver Post
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - After experiencing what he called an "awful scene" with the Carolina Panthers last year, Todd Sauerbrun said he is reinvigorated in Denver and believes he again will be a Pro Bowl punter.

Guard Myers on board; team releases CB Cox
Bill Williamson - Denver Post
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - The Broncos met two needs with two moves Tuesday: They added depth on the offensive line by signing guard Chris Myers and reduced a surplus of cornerbacks by releasing Curome Cox.

Playmaking as starter particularly gratifying -
Domonique Foxworth - Denver Post
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - Two significant events occurred in my life this past week. One was Sunday's victory at Jacksonville. The other happened last Tuesday when I was fortunate enough to meet with the magnanimous people of Ambassadors for Literacy, a nonprofit organization that includes several involved programs geared toward giving Colorado youth a head start on education and financial assistance for college.



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