Wednesday, December 25, 2002 - Since John Elway retired in 1999, the Denver Broncos' quarterback fortunes - or misfortunes - have turned with any one of the many decisions the organization contemplated.
Broncos ready for a miracle - Denver Post - Woody Paige
Wednesday, December 25, 2002 - There will be a Miracle On Bryant Street. It is my Christmas Day wish and belief. I told little Paul and Mallory that you can't give up, you gotta believe in the Broncos.
Broncos keep eye on Dolphins - Denver Post - Patrick Saunders
Wednesday, December 25, 2002 - The Denver Broncos' playoff fate just might rest in the hands of Jason Taylor. The Miami Dolphins' Pro Bowl defensive end is the kind of player who can take over a game. He leads the league with 18 1/2 sacks and is a favorite for defensive player of the year.
Unlucky seven - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
December 25, 2002 - The scene looked hauntingly familiar: Bill Romanowski, his uniform stained by grass and sweat and no doubt the blood of his former teammates, raising his brawny arms in jubilant triumph as the seconds ticked away. He did it six weeks ago, and did it again Sunday at Network Associates Coliseum.
Adams: Broncos already feeling a draft - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
December 25, 2002 - Now that the Christmas presents have been opened and the stockings are unstuffed, it's time to skip the New Year's Eve celebration, forget the NFL playoffs and jump right into April - when the NFL holds its annual draft. Why so soon? Because the pecking order of the draft could be very interesting as it relates to the Denver Broncos.
For Broncos, it's business, not a holiday- Daily Camera - Ryan Thorburn
December 25, 2002 - For many, today is for opening presents and enjoying some down time with family and friends. For the Denver Broncos, it's time to open their lockers and go back to work with teammates.
Denver Broncos vs. Arizona Cardinals- DenverBroncos.com
December 25, 2002 - The Broncos were unable to overcome Oaklandís fast start at Network Associates Coliseum Sunday, as the Raiders defeated Denver 28-16 and clinched the AFC West title. Oakland jumped out to a 21-0 first-half lead, and was able to hold the Broncos at bay. Denver will close out the regular season Sunday, Dec. 29 against the Arizona Cardinals at INVESCO Field at Mile High.