Brandon Marshall in Denver Blogs: ESPN's Adam Schefter says he's headed to Seattle

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As Bronco Talk's Mr. East reports, ESPN's Adam Schefter says Brandon Marshall will be in Seattle tomorrow to see if the Seahawks can "hammer out an offer sheet." That could mean the Broncos would get the sixth overall pick in the draft -- which would certainly cushion the blow.

5280's Michael de Yoanna wonders: Are some of Colorado's hidden gems in danger? (H/T Glenwood Springs Post Independent)

Square State's Zappatero thinks Michael Bennet needs to walk the walk when it comes to Senate reform. Maybe his feet are tired.

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