Wednesday, September 04, 2002 - Mile High salutes are hardly reserved solely for the St. Louis Rams' turbo-charged offense. Plenty abound for the Rams' super-underrated defense.
Broncos' pursuit of key testimony - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Wednesday, September 04, 2002 - In his latest difficulty along a tough road with many miles ahead, former Broncos owner Edgar Kaiser lost a point recently in court that went all but unnoticed in Denver and across the country.
Paige: Broncos' chances are Dinky - Denver Post - Woody Paige
Wednesday, September 04, 2002 - The following presentation contains strong language, violence, nudity and graphic themes intended for a mature audience. The Denver Broncos will finish the season 10-6. With a caveat.
Rams' offense has Broncos' attention - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Wednesday, September 04, 2002 - A lot has changed since the night of Sept. 4, 2000. On that evening in St. Louis, the Rams beat the Denver Broncos 41-36, running off 513 yards ofoffense and leaving Denver's defensive backs with their tongues hanging out and their tails between their legs.
Friedman likely out - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn Debruin
September 4, 2002 - The saga over the Denver Broncos' starting left guard took a nasty turn Tuesday when Lennie Friedman broke his thumb, an injury that will require surgery today and probably force him to miss Sunday's season opener against St. Louis.
Ready to touch the ball - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
September 4, 2002 - Kick returning for KaRon Coleman this preseason was like riding a bicycle again after a long hiatus - but with a full-speed crash at its conclusion.
Broncos starting back remains secret - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
September 4, 2002 - Olandis Gary and Clinton Portis are both listed as first-string tailbacks on the Denver Broncos' latest depth chart. Who will actually get the start when the curtain is drawn on the regular season Sunday at Invesco Field against the St. Louis Rams?
Rams disregard preseason woes - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
September 4, 2002 - The St. Louis Rams are beatable, as the Super Bowl proved beyond a reasonable doubt. But an 0-4 preseason? Nothing but circumstantial evidence.