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Tim Tebow in Denver Blogs: Please don't draft him, Broncos!

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Kyle at Bronco Talk has three words for the prospect of Denver drafting Florida QB Tim Tebow: "Just Say No!" And his reasons don't have anything to do with Tebow's Focus on the Family Super Bowl ad.

Colorado Pols wonders how long Ken Buck and Andrew Romanoff can keep the lights on? As long as the electricity bills get paid, probably.

Mile High Mama Lisa Vratny-Smith's blog about potty training features a photo featuring a fully loaded toilet. Talk about cinéma vérité.

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