Tuesday, January 14, 2003 - Quarterback Elvis Grbac was supposed to be the answer for the Baltimore Ravens. It didn't turn out that way. Now Grbac, who turns 33 in August, says he wants to come back from a one-year retirement and be the answer for the Denver Broncos.
Seeding turns to rooting - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Tuesday, January 14, 2003 - TAMPA, Fla. - In one of the first predictable developments to a highly unpredictable NFL season, the league's top seeds took root. Emerging from the AFC were the conference's top two seeds, the Oakland Raiders and the Tennessee Titans, teams with 12-5 records.
Agent starts shopping Grbac - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
January 14, 2003 - Elvis Grbac has made it clear he wants back in the NFL after a year off, and the Denver Broncos are a possible destination. Now the quarterback's agent, Jim Steiner, is busy spreading the word.
Adams: Collier says he's not in comeback mode - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
January 14, 2003 - I tried to coax former Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Joe Collier out of retirement Monday. He wasn't biting the bait. "Big contract," Collier answered with a chuckle, when asked what it would take to bring him back into coaching. The Broncos are without a defensive coordinator after the departure of Ray Rhodes.