Sunday, November 10, 2002 - Here is the secret that is beginning to spread. "I had no idea about his foundation," said surprised Broncos place-kicker Jason Elam, whose locker has stood almost directly opposite Griese's for five consecutive seasons. "I didn't know anything about it. Brian's a very private guy."
Gradishar always great at goal line - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Pryce praises QB: None better than Griese - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - Before they were Denver Broncos teammates, quarterback Brian Griese and defensive end Trevor Pryce were teammates at the University of Michigan in 1993 and '94.
Raiders WR Tim Brown - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - The bad guys are not supposed to have someone this good. But in many ways, Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown is. The Notre Dame-bred Brown can shine like the Golden Dome.
'Packages' are on the money - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - What's with all this nickel and dime stuff? What is the Denver Broncos' penny defense? What does it mean? How does the average NFL fan make sense - not cents - of it all? Here to help answer all those questions is Denver Broncos free safety Izell Reese.
Broncos are bucking again- San Francisco Chronicle - Ira Miller
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - This is Mike Shanahan's 19th season in the NFL as a head coach, offensive coordinator or assistant coach. His 18th season was his least successful on offense. Now you know why the Denver team the Raiders play on Monday night will have a different look from a year ago.
No identity crisis for Romanowski - San Francisco Chronicle - Nancy Gay
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - He is the consummate NFL itinerant, a player who may never really know his true identity. Though it's easy to conjure an image of Bill Romanowski as a career Denver Bronco, the square-jawed linebacker only spent six of his 15 seasons in the Mile High City.
Raiders recall Broncos' ploys- Oakland Tribune - Bill Soliday
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - These statistics should look familiar: Rich Gannon is 35-for-45 passing for 313 yards and two touchdowns. The Raiders outgain their opponent by 100 yards. They run 16 times for 51 yards. Despite all those completions, the Raiders are 2-for-12 in third-down conversions. They lose the game.
YourTurn: Raiders of mayhem- Oakland Tribune
Sunday, November 10, 2002 - To say that these people -- and I agree 20 percent is a good amount -- act ridiculous is an understatement.