Thursday, November 14, Story Links

Bronco tight end Dwayne Carswell will need to keep his helmet on when he fills in for Shannon Sharpe against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Check out today's links to stories about the upcoming game.

Injured Sharpe doubts Romanowski 'feels bad' - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - Should tight end Shannon Sharpe recover from his dislocated elbow in time for the Denver Broncos' Dec. 22 game at Oakland, his rematch with Raiders linebacker Bill Romanowski could be considered pay-per-view material.

The long run - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - Denver Post sports writer Adam Schefter posts his Broncos Mailbag each Thursday on

Shanahan, players ask for rotten reminders - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - The Denver Broncos are a disgrace, a farce, a pushover, a collection of 53 players better suited for a practice squad than an active roster. Just the type of criticism Broncos coach Mike Shanahan loves.

Alexander typically great - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander knows what it will take to ring up a 100-yard game Sunday against the Denver Broncos in Seattle. "A lot of praying," he quipped Wednesday.

Sharpe stunned by injury - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
November 14, 2002 - The frustration was evident Wednesday in Shannon Sharpe's voice. So were the disappointment and the pain.

Loss blamed on media hype - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin and Lee Rasizer
November 14, 2002 - Two days after Denver's worst loss of the season, Broncos coach Mike Shanahan pointed to the fine print for an explanation.

Krieger: Critic can't get time of day from Broncos - Rocky Mountain News - Dave Krieger
November 14, 2002 - There was a time in his career when John Elway achieved a mystical ability to answer almost any question with the phrase, "It's like night and day," and quite often did.

Broncos tinker with safety spots - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
November 14, 2002 - Anyone impulsively calling for changes in the Denver Broncos' secondary after Monday night's pass-happy performance by Rich Gannon was too late. The safety position already had been quietly tweaked behind the scenes during the preceding bye week.

Sharpe laments untimely injury - Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
November 14, 2002 - When Shannon Sharpe gets hurt, it's usually painfully obvious. That was the case Monday night when his right elbow was dislocated as the limb hit the ground with Bill Romanowski attached.

Reese sits out practice, might skip game Sunday- Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
November 14, 2002 - The Denver Broncos might be without one of their defensive starters when they face Seattle at new Seahawks' Stadium on Sunday.

Notebook: Morris isn't running like a rookie - Seattle Times- Greg Bishop
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - KIRKLAND — The bad news: Running back Shaun Alexander struggled with an injured left forearm against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, adding him to a long list of Seahawks starters struggling through injury-plagued seasons. The good news: Alexander's rookie replacement isn't feeling like a rookie anymore. Or playing like one.

Seahawks Q & A - Seattle Post-Intelligencer- Clare Farnsworth
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - Q & A with readers about the Seahawks.

Seahawks Q & A - Seattle Post-Intelligencer- Angelo Bruscas
Thursday, November 14, 2002 - KIRKLAND -- Orlando Huff was a little huffy in the locker room Sunday, despite having helped the Seahawks beat Arizona 27-6 for the team's third victory of the season.

Still Sharpe at Tight End, Even Without Shannon- - Andrew Mason
Nov. 13, 2002 - Shannon Sharpe knew right away when he fell to the ground thanks to Bill Romanowski's hit on Monday night. He didn't know whether or not he had caught the pass from Brian Griese -- which television replays seemed to indicate as a completion but referee Mike Carey disagreed with and ruled incomplete -- but he did know that the pain he felt in his arm would be a serious injury.

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