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NFL Draft in Denver Blogs: Broncos save $2 million by losing coin flip? Yes!

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Our last Denver blogs roundup of the week. But Monday's not that far away.

Ian Henson at Bronco Talk notes that the Bears' loss of a coin flip to the Jaguars gives the Broncos the eleventh pick in the NFL draft -- which will save $1.5 million-$2 million in guaranteed money had they slid into the top ten. When we hit the bar tonight, Pat Bowlen's buying.

The Colorado Independent's Joseph Boven listens in to a "wireside chat" at Denver Open Media. It was one get-together that really clicked.

At Mile High Mamas, Lisa Vratny-Smith shares "mama drama" about moving junior out of the family bed. All of us are looking for a better crib.

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