Also, be sure to check out Madden NFL 2004.
Madden NFL 2003 is an American football simulation video game based on the NFL that was developed by EA Tiburon and Budcat Creations and published by EA Sports. The 14th installment of the Madden NFL series, the game features former St. Louis Rams running back Marshall Faulk on the cover. This edition of Madden was the first to have EA Trax, the Mini Camp mode, and to feature Al Michaels as play-by-play announcer, who took over for Pat Summerall.
Although it featured the expansion Houston Texans and the relocation of the Seattle Seahawks to the NFC, it was actually the second to do so (after the previous edition had it done in the second season of its own Franchise mode, with the Seahawks still in the AFC and no Texans team when said mode was started).
The game was released on August 12, 2002 for the Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, PlayStation 2 and Xbox. The PlayStation version also includes the Sega Genesis version of John Madden Football 93. All gameplay options from the 2002 game are included, including the exhibition, season and playoff modes. Besides slightly changed controls and an updated playbook, new additions are player trades, four player support via link cable, and a create-a-player mode.
In this mode, several mini games determine the stats of the new athlete, depending on his position: a quarterback will get a throwing game, a receiver a catching game, a running back a sprinting game. The teams and stats are updated for the 2002 NFL season, with all 32 teams reorganized into the new divisions. Commentary is provided by John Madden and Al Michaels.