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Denver Blogs: Brandon Marshall and Anquan Boldin on the same Broncos team? What a beautiful dream

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There are lots of blogs about Denver. But here are three good ones.

Sayre Bedinger at Mile High Report wonders if keeping Brandon Marshall and trading for Anquan Boldin is a viable option for the Broncos. Probably not -- but it sure as hell would be sweet.

Colorado Pols asks: Is Andrew Romanoff ready for prime time? And is prime time ready for him?

At 5280, Jennie Dorris prepares to share the adventures of a budget bride. Sounds like a TLC series in the making.

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