Davis takes first "easy" run

According to Broncos head trainer Steve Antonopulos, injured Denver running back Terrell Davis took a "real easy" run Friday. Read about it in today's story links.

Adams: Davis tests his knee with 'real easy' run - Rocky Mountain News - Sam Adams
February 11, 2003 - Do the Denver Broncos owe running back Terrell Davis one more chance to play in the NFL? According to Broncos head trainer Steve Antonopulos, Davis took a "real easy" run Friday. Davis will continue his rehabilitation, with hopes of increasing activity within a "few weeks," Antonopulos said.

Cards making Broncos' bid for Plummer easier - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Sunday, February 09, 2003 - Now that the Arizona Cardinals have said quarterback Jake Plummer would have to battle second-year player Josh McCown for the starting job, it is unlikely the team would slap its franchise or transition tag on the six-year veteran.

Broncology: Kicking Into History - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Feb. 6, 2003 - In the euphoria following the 1997 season, only a few blotches could be seen on the masterwork that was the Broncos' first world-championship club. One was on Jason Elam. While he had been perfect in the postseason, making all 15 of his extra-point attempts and both of his field-goal tries -- each from beyond 40 yards -- his regular season had been a time of struggle, as he had missed 10 of his 36 field-goal attempts, the most of his career.


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