Broncos News Blogs - Friday, Feb. 3, 2006

More on Terrell Owens, Gary Zimmerman on the Hall of Fame and the Broncos look to sign Matt Lepsis. Check out all the stories in today's Denver Broncos News Blogs.

Bowlen weighs in on Owens - Denver Post
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - To the portion of Broncoland excited about the possibility of landing Terrell Owens, don't get those hopes up just yet.

Zimmerman waits for Hall call - Denver Post
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - Gary Zimmerman is part of an NFL community that believes he has long deserved a bust in Canton, Ohio. Widely regarded as an elite offensive tackle in the 1980s and the 1990s, Zimmerman has been eligible for induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame for four years. As he was two years ago, Zimmerman - who finished his 12-season NFL career by anchoring the Broncos' offensive line from 1993-97 - is one of 15 finalists for election.

Nalen signs on dotted line- Denver Post
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - When he departed from the Broncos' locker room at Invesco Field at Mile High an hour after a loss to Pittsburgh in the AFC championship game Jan. 22, center Tom Nalen - one of the greatest offensive linemen in team history - wondered whether he was leaving for the last time.

Upshaw warns of labor woes - Denver Post
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - Perhaps beating his counterpart to the punch by a day, NFL players union head Gene Upshaw painted an ominous picture for the league Thursday regarding a lack of progress toward a new collective bargaining agreement.

Broncos' next task is adjusting Lepsis' deal - Rocky Mountain News
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - Having already signed center Tom Nalen to a three- year extension, the Denver Broncos have started to make some salary- cap relief with free agency a month away. The team has started work on a renegotiated deal for left tackle Matt Lepsis, according to a source. Broncos coach Mike Shanahan said Nalen and Lepsis were among his top off-season priorities.

Legwold: Ongoing debate says a lot about Owens - Rocky Mountain News
Friday, Feb. 3, 2006 - The phone line is open and the operator - me - was standing by. A scout here, an assistant coach there, even a head coach or two left messages at the tone. Radio hosts, writers, nicely coiffed television guys and even some players I haven't heard from in years have let their fingers do the walking.

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