It's your Monday edition of Denver Blogs, with a trio of interesting blog posts from around town. First up, a crack dealer selling to the people he was hired to protect:
Jared Jacang Maher of Face the State (and formerly Westword) brings us this story of Lee Wright, a security guard for the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless who was allegedly selling crack to patients in the rehab program. Talk about job security.
Sometimes, no news is news, especially in the will-they or won't-they situations of pro athletes resigning. Predominantly Orange has the story about Champ Bailey holding back on whether he'll be a Bronco next season.
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