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Brandon Marshall-for-Philip Rivers trade in Denver Blogs: April Fools!

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Denver produces many good blogs, and we're not kidding.

A salute to Mile High Report fan blogger jonmark93, for his post about a Brandon Marshall-for-Phillip Rivers trade. He even went to the trouble of dummying up a bogus ESPN report about it. If only he'd double-checked the spelling of Philip's first name...

Amusing debate among Denver Egotist commentators as to whether an item about an Amélie Company prank is an April Fools Day joke or not. You be the judge.

As for the Colorado Pols headline "Wadhams Defends RNC Lesbian Voyeurism," we're pretty sure it's on the level. And funny as hell.

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