Broncos arrive at Combine

The Denver Broncos staff arrived at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis with a focus on the entire spectrum of rookie prospects, not just those at specific positions. Read about it in today's story links.

Brandt's Combine notebook: Day one - NFL.com - Gil Brandt
INDIANAPOLIS Feb. 19, 2003 -- As college football's elite players anxiously await their interviews and workouts here at the annual NFL Scouting Combine, they have discovered a refuge where they can hang out, relax ... and even come away with a few goodies.

McGahee insists knee won't stop him in 2003 - NFL.com - Vic Carucci
INDIANAPOLIS Feb. 19, 2003 -- Devastating. Horrific. Gruesome. Those are the words that invariably accompany any reference to the knee injury that University of Miami running back Willis McGahee suffered in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 3. Unlucky. Inopportune. Sad.

Bengals looking at options for No. 1 pick - ESPN.com- John Clayton
INDIANAPOLIS Feb. 19, 2003 -- Having been part of a Super Bowl championship team, Marvin Lewis admits he feels a little uncomfortable having the first draft choice in the NFL, earned by the Bengals' 2-14 season. "I think the one thing about the first pick is unfortunately we earned it," Lewis said Wednesday during a break at the scouting combine.

Sundquist: Broncos Have No 'Preconceived Notions' in Player Evaluation - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
Feb. 19, 2003 - INDIANAPOLIS -- It is not as if the Broncos, their coaches, scouts and personnel staff arrived in Indianapolis with a blank slate regarding the 300-plus players at this year's National Scouting Combine. But in addition to their knowledge amassed from scouting reports and film study, the team's brass arrived in Indiana with open minds -- and a focus on the entire spectrum of rookie prospects, not just those at specific positions.


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