March 18, 2003 - Longtime Denver Broncos fan Rich Schrader of Greeley didn't make it to the team's summer training camp as often as he wanted. Now, he'll have to travel to Denver for the chance to see players up close. The Broncos announced Monday they will no longer call Greeley their summer home.
Greeley gets heave-ho - Denver Post - Adam Schefter
Tuesday, March 18, 2003 - Training camp at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley broke early this year - in March. Greeley residents will have to visit the Broncos at Dove Valley to get their autographs this summer after team ends a 21-year tradition. After 21 summers in Greeley, the Broncos will spend this summer and other upcoming ones at their training facility at Dove Valley in Arapahoe County, where a 100-yard practice field will be constructed to go along with the two existing fields.
Broncos force new game plan in Greeley - Denver Post - Mark P. Couch
Tuesday, March 18, 2003 - After 21 years, the Denver Broncos are moving their summer training camp out of Greeley and taking countless tourist dollars with them.
Broncos won't go back to Greeley - Rocky Mountain News - Lee Rasizer
March 18, 2003 - The idea of the Denver Broncos moving their training camp closer to home had been brewing for three or four years. So when it was announced Monday the Broncos were ending their 21-year relationship with Greeley, it was less shocking to the city's residents than the sudden closing of the Smiling Moose, one of the University of Northern Colorado's top hangouts that locked its doors in December.
Broncos training camp sites - Rocky Mountain News
Broncos won't train in Greeley anymore - Daily Camera - Associated Press
March 18, 2003 - The Denver Broncos will hold summer training camp at team headquarters in suburban Denver this summer, joining the growing number of NFL teams no longer taking the shorter sessions on the road.
Prospect Profile: Vishante Shiancoe -- Small-Schooler Aims for Big Time - DenverBroncos.com - Andrew Mason
March 17, 2003 - Haven't heard of tight end Vishante Shiancoe? That's okay. Most hadn't heard of Shannon Sharpe or Dwayne Carswell when they joined the Denver Broncos as rookies in 1990 or 1994, respectively. Yet both became Pro Bowlers for the Broncos, blossoming into outstanding NFL tight ends. They did so after joining the league out of non-Division I-A colleges; Sharpe arrived as a draft pick from Division II Savannah State, while Carswell got started as a rookie free agent from Division I-AA Liberty University.