Broncos did better than Bears in Jay Cutler for Kyle Orton swap, says ESPN's Adam Schefter

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Mile High Report fan poster Wobble notes that ESPN's Adam Schefter and Ross Tucker agree that Denver got the better QB in the Kyle Orton-Jay Cutler deal -- although Schefter thinks the Broncos wasted the two draft picks they also received. True, true.

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At People's Press Collective, Clear the Bench Colorado's Matt Arnold invites readers to review his judicial reviews.

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