It's your Monday edition of Denver Blogs, with a trio of interesting blog posts from around town. First up, a crack dealer selling to the people he was hired to protect:
Jared Jacang Maher of Face the State (and formerly Westword) brings us this story of Lee Wright, a security guard for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless who was allegedly selling crack to patients in the rehab program. Talk about job security.
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Sometimes, no news is news, especially in the will-they or won't-they situations of pro athletes resigning. Predominantly Orange has the story about Champ Bailey holding back on whether he'll be a Bronco next season.