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NFL strike worries in Denver Blogs: Will Broncos be walking the picket line in 2011?

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Look what we found: three blogs about Denver stuff.

KaptainKirk at Mile High Report walks us through NFL.com's new website for updates about the league's labor situation. Players and teams have until March 5 to reach a new collective bargaining agreement -- but at least if everything goes to hell, Keanu Reeves is rested and ready to be a Replacement.

Can differentiated instruction work with a population as diverse as the one that attends North High School? Elisa Cohen, writing for Education News Colorado, wants to know.

Colorado Pols declares GOP house candidate Gary Kennedy's website "looks like it was made by a chimpanzee with markers strapped to its hands." But given all the monkey business at the legislature, isn't that appropriate?

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