Updated: June 4, 2003, 10:43 AM ETBy By Darrell Trimble
Denver Broncos: With QB Brian Griese no longer on the roster, the team signed former New York Giants QB Danny Kanell to compete with Jarious Jackson and Nick Rolovich for a reserve job behind Jake Plummer and Steve Beuerlein. Originally a fourth-round pick by the Giants in 1996, Kanell eventually wore out his welcome in the NFL and was playing minor league baseball by 2001. But he got the football itch again last summer and signed with the Arena Football League's New York Dragons. "It's been a humbling experience," Kanell told the Rocky Mountain News. "But I got my desire back. I feel like I'm a rookie all over again." Dallas Cowboys: The team is scheduled to induct Tex Schramm into the Ring of Honor on Oct. 12, when the Eagles will be in town. According to the Dallas Morning News, the Cowboys targeted Oct. 12 -- their third home game -- because they didn't want Schramm's day to be buried by the buildup surrounding the season-opener on Sept. 7 against Atlanta or RB Emmitt Smith's return to Texas Stadium on Oct. 5, when Dallas plays Arizona. Schramm, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1991, will become the 12th member of the select group.
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