Tuesday, October 15, 2002 - Former Washington Redskins safety Mark Carrier, thought to be the only player the NFL ever suspended for a helmet-to-helmet hit, witnessed beauty dance across his television Monday.
Futility in red zone haunting Shanahan - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Tuesday, October 15, 2002 - Imagine if you will, a football team that moves inside the opponent's 20-yard line three times in one half and comes away with only six points.
Chambers could miss next game - Rocky Mountain News - Mark Long, Associated Press
Tuesday, October 15, 2002 - DAVIE, Fla. - Miami Dolphins wide receiver Chris Chambers had headaches Monday, still feeling the effects of a "significant" concussion.
Broncos fishing for answers after defeat- Rocky Mountain News - Lynn Debruin
October 15, 2002 - The VCR at Mike Anderson's house was working overtime early Monday morning, replaying the good, the bad and the one big ugly mistake - a goal-line fumble - that still haunted him Monday afternoon.
Kennedy says hits are hard to stop- Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
October 15, 2002 - It's unusual, the blow landed Sunday night by Kenoy Kennedy that has caused so much fuss. The Denver Broncos safety apparently has the ability to strike someone helmet-to-helmet and hit below the belt at the same time.
Adams: Smith, Atwater defend Kennedy- Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
October 15, 2002 - Denver Broncos safety Kenoy Kennedy delivered a brutal knockout lick on Miami Dolphins receiver Chris Chambers on Sunday. Should Kennedy be penalized by the NFL? Former Broncos greats Dennis Smith and Steve Atwater think not.
Broncos trying to shake off wrenching loss- Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
October 15, 2002 - Monday morning, after an intoxicating evening of football provided by Denver and Miami, proved to be painful for both parties.
Broncos defend Kennedy hit- Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
October 15, 2002 - Kenoy Kennedy is not a monster. He's an honest, hard-working football player. Knocking receivers senseless is what he gets paid to do.
Chiefs report: Vermeil upset about Harrison's hits- Kansas City Star
Oct. 15, 2002 - Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil wasn't happy about late hits Sunday by San Diego safety Rodney Harrison. Vermeil said Harrison hit Priest Holmes twice and Johnnie Morton once well after the whistle, calling all three plays "atrocious."
Vermeil says Chiefs to be more aggressive offensively in close games- Kansas City Star - Adam Teicher
Oct. 15, 2002 - Twice this season the Chiefs needed to make a short offensive play to win a game they eventually lost.