Reagor signs with Colts

Four year Bronco veteran defensive tackle Montae Reagor has agreed to terms on a free-agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts. Read about it in today's story links.

Colts Acquire Defensive Tackle Montae Reagor - Colts.com - John Oehser
Friday, February 28 - INDIANAPOLIS - The Colts made an early move on the free agent market Friday afternoon, bolstering an area crucial to the team's success: the defensive line.

Snake dance - Rocky Mountain News - Lynn DeBruin
March 1, 2003 - The drive would be enough to make John Elway proud. The visitors were backed up at their 2-yard line, within spitting distance of the cantankerous Philadelphia fans at Veterans Stadium. As the scrawny rookie stuck his head in the huddle, even his veteran teammates found it hard to hide their skepticism. Then the rookie spoke up.

Broncos line up to fill defense - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
March 1, 2003 - It remains to be seen whether 2003 will be a rebuilding year for the Denver Broncos, but it clearly will be at one position. Much of the the Broncos' telephone activity on the first full day of free agency was focused on addressing their shortage of defensive linemen.

Lincicome: Let Plummer fall - Rocky Mountain News - Bernie Lincicome
March 1, 2003 - Tears are not apparent in Arizona over the impending exit of quarterback Jake "The Snake" Plummer, which ought to be a clue as to whether Plummer is the solution for the Broncos' brighter tomorrows. The Cardinals have asked Plummer to let them know how things go in his providential rise to best quarterback available, which, looking at the list he is on, should be another clue.

QB Plummer plans to visit Broncos on Monday - Daily Camera - Associated Press
March 1, 2003 - While the Denver Broncos await the visit of free agent quarterback Jake Plummer on Monday, the Dallas Cowboys were busy on the first day of the post-Emmitt era.

Defensive Coordinator Larry Coyer Answers Your Questions - DenverBroncos.com
Feb. 28, 2003 - Just more than a month ago, former linebacker coach Larry Coyer was elevated to the position of defensive coordinator after Ray Rhodes resigned. He received the promotion after working with the linebackers for three seasons. This week, Coyer took your questions as he works toward improving the Denver defense for 2003.

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