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Brandon Marshall in Denver Blogs: Do the Broncos want to get rid of him or not?

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It's that time again, Denver blog lovers.

Mile High Report's John Bena is baffled by ESPN writer Bill Williamson's take on the Brandon Marshall drama, which seems to simultaneously praise and criticize the Broncos for their first-round tender offer. The confusion continues.

In today's edition of "Mama Drama," Mile High Mamas contributor Lisa Vratny-Smith weighs in on respectful independence. I'm still trying to get the hang of that one myself.

At Square State, saindenver shares a video of senatorial candidate Jane Norton characterizing Social Security as a Ponzi scheme. Blame Secretary of the Treasury Bernie Madoff.

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