Brandon Marshall on Denver Blogs: He's a wanted man -- by other NFL teams

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Mile High Report's John Bena links to Bill Williamson's discussion of the Brandon Marshall trade market. Williamson sees seven teams as potentially in the sweepstakes, including the Redkins. BM and Mike Shanahan: together again?

Colorado Pols shares a Bob Moore piece revealing that the Northern Colorado Tea Party is considering candidate endorsements. Hey, outsiders: Come on in!

The Colorado Independent's John Tomasic points out that Doug Lamborn, recently named the most conservative member of Congress by the National Journal, has been called a lot of things. Examples?

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