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Ryan Clady, Broncos agree to long term contract

The Denver Broncos signed offensive tackle Ryan Clady to a five-year deal worth a reported $57.5 million.

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Clady tops OT signings

The Denver Broncos paid up to keep Ryan Clady protecting Peyton Manning. How does his deal look compared to those signed by other teams for elite offensive tackles?

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Broncos sign Clady to 5-year, $57.5 million deal

Clady has signed a long-term deal with Denver, putting Peyton Manning's blind-side protection in place for years to come.

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Broncos sweeten offer to Clady

The clock is running out for the Denver Broncos to sign Ryan Clady to a long-term deal, and the team is showing an extra $500,000 per year in interest.

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Broncos feel good about Clady

While nothing appears imminent, Denver and its left tackle seem to be moving in the right direction.

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Broncos increase contract offer to Clady

Denver has reportedly upped its offer to Ryan Clady. The offensive lineman would become one of the highest-paid left tackles in the NFL if he agrees to the current deal.

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Broncos, Clady continue negotiations

The deadline for Denver to sign Ryan Clady to a long-term deal is nearing and the two sides will continue negotiations next week.

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Ryan Clady, Broncos 'aren't close' on extension

Clady hasn't signed his franchise tag and is seeking a lengthy contract.

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Broncos discussing contract with Clady

The Broncos are reaching out to Ryan Clady to discuss a contract extension. It's the first time in almost a year the two sides have talked about a contract.

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Elway believes Broncos, Clady will sign new deal

John Elway believes the Denver Broncos will find a way to sign the cornerstone of their offensive line to a new long-term deal this year.

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