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Does new Broncos punter Mitch Berger party as hard as Kyle Orton used to? Signs point to "yes"!

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When Broncos fans Googled new quarterback Kyle Orton this past spring, many of them were greeted with image after image of KO boozin' it up and getting' crazy with the ladies. He's reportedly left those lifestyle extremes behind, or at least engages in them when there are no cameras present -- and the same may be true of former CU punter Mitch Berger, who's about to take over booting duties for the Broncos according to the Denver Post. Deadspin published several shots of Berger-related liquor-n-babe mania in June sans any indication of when they were taken. However, they were apparently captured in Las Vegas -- so allow us to put the lie to that whole what-happens-in-Vegas-stays-in-Vegas slogan. Look below for more hard-partying action!

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