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Denver Blogs: Could the Broncos lose Elvis Dumervil, Tony Scheffler, Peyton Hillis, Chris Kuper and Brandon Marshall?

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It's the first Denver Blogs roundup of the week!

In a mock-draft post, Mile High Report's Sayre Bedinger says it's not beyond the realm of possibility that Tony Scheffler, Peyton Hillis, Chris Kuper and Elvis Dumervil could join Brandon Marshall on the train out of Broncos-ville. Please tell us you're only joking.

Secretary of State Bernie Buescher seems to have temporarily stalled lawsuits over last week's U.S. Supreme Court decision about campaign financing, reports Colorado Pols (H/T Daily Sentinel). With "temporarily" being the key word...

The Colorado Avalanche are on fire following their sixth straight win, notes Derek B at Mile High Hockey. Which sounds impossible, but actually isn't.

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