Saturday, September 21, 2002 - Denver Broncos linebacker Al Wilson, who injured his right knee during special-teams drills on Thursday, practiced Friday and should play in Sundayís home game against Buffalo.
Bills will be tough to beat - Rocky Mountain News
September 21, 2002 - Mention Buffalo, and Denver Broncos veterans drift back to a day five years ago when the drifts were higher than their cars and travel slower than rush hour on Interstate 25.
Lincicome: Griese's big numbers add up to . . . what, exactly?- Rocky Mountain News - Bernie Lincicome
September 21, 2002 - Without it being entirely clear how, Brian Griese is a top-10 quarterback in the NFL, so all the eager critics of the young man can just go sit on a tack. Ouch. Excuse me while I shift.
O'Neal ready to break out vs. Bills- Rocky Mountain News - Lynn Debruin
September 21, 2002 - Plenty of attention has been focused on Buffalo's not-so-special special teams, but after two games, it's the Denver Broncos who still are looking to get their return game going.
Montgomery's persistence pays- Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
September 21, 2002 - The call is naked pass right, and when Scottie Montgomery completed his route as part of the play during a recent practice, the correction came immediately.
Broncos hope to keep momentum - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
September 21, 2002 - After two victories over projected Super Bowl contenders to open the season, it appears the Denver Broncos are back.