Broncos News Blogs - Wednesday, April 12

Former USC and Denver prep star LenDale White is back in the news today.

White confident he's "not Clarett" - Denver Post – Bill Williamson
04/12/2006 - LenDale White is defending himself against ugly claims and an even uglier comparison. The former Chatfield High School and Southern California star never thought his name would be mentioned with Maurice Clarett's as the NFL's April 29-30 draft approaches. Clarett, a flameout with the Broncos last year, was an infamous draft prospect, and White is hearing he's the next Clarett. "I am not Maurice Clarett," White said upon his return to Denver, where he will attempt to rehabilitate his injured hamstring and bruised image in the next couple of weeks.

Former Bronco Kay is arrested again - Rocky Mountain News – Hector Gutierrez
April 12, 2006 - Former Denver Broncos tight end Clarence Kay found himself back in a jail cell after he was arrested Monday in Edgewater on a domestic-violence charge. Kay, who has a history of arrests for alleged domestic violence and restraining-order violations, was accused by his girlfriend of shoving her and striking her in the face in the carport of their home, according to an arrest affidavit. Kay, 44, denied to police that he struck the woman in the face. Kay's bail was set at $1,000.

Wesley Duke's NFL Europe Journal: Vol. 4 - DenverBroncos.com – Wesley Duke
Wednesday, April 12, 2006 - Monday was our off day so (wide receiver) Nate Curry, (my sister) Vertrice, Stephanie and myself went to the fair. It was fun. We tried a lot of different foods including my first German bratwurst covered in curry sauce. It was pretty good -- or I was pretty hungry. They also had these little fried dough squares with powdered sugar that were similar to funnel cakes or elephant ears back home. They get two thumbs up.

2006 Draft Preview: Wide Receivers- Denver Broncos.com – J. Michael Moore
Tuesday, April 11, 2006 - With names like Terrell Owens and Eric Moulds finding their way into media and fan speculation about the Broncos this offseason, it's little surprise wide receiver has become one of the most important positions in debates on what the Broncos may do in the NFL Draft. In truth, the team could do many things with two first-round picks that may or may not include taking a receiver. But that option is on the minds of some of the players. "We do need wide receiver help," safety Nick Ferguson said Monday.



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