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NFL Huddle: Victor Cruz's new deal, Broncos and Ryan Clady are talking, and more

Victor Cruz finally got his new contract, the Broncos improved their contract offer to Ryan Clady and lots more NFL news from SB Nation's NFL blogs on Tuesday.

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Now that Victor Cruz is locked up by the Giants, what's next? Hakeem Nicks is. Cruz was quoted as saying, "Hakeem's his own man. He's going to make his own decisions. But I'm definitely gonna see if I can get him to stay with me."

The rest of the league chimes in on Cruz's new deal:

Broncos improve their contract offer to Ryan Clady. The deadline for franchise tagged players to ink long-term deals comes next Monday. Clady's offer is reportedly more than $10 million per year.

Greg Williams is getting sued after Bountygate. Music City Miracles sums up what they know.

Broncos director of player personnel gets popped for a DUI. The story behind the arrest is a doozy. Both the team and Matt Russell released statements, with the Broncos calling the news "very troubling." It's unclear whether Russell, who was No. 2 to John Elway in Denver's front office, will keep his job.

Rex Ryan actually went running with the bulls in Spain. "It's further confirmation of my belief though that Rex is one of the coolest people to hang out with," Gang Green Nation writes, "and it's great to see that he's still holding all that weight off.

Training camp is only a few weeks away. Blogging The Boys takes a look at what the coaches are looking for in camp.

The Jairus Byrd franchise tag talks aren't going so well. Byrd's camp and the Bills aren't close and have no scheduled talks. Buffalo Rumblings breaks it down.

Dennis Dixon's fate in Philly could be tied to Michael Vick. And not in a good way. Bleeding Green Nation breaks it down, suggesting Dixon's fate is tied to whoever Chip Kelly ends up picking as starting quarterback.

A Browns fan passed away and in his obituary it requested "six Cleveland Browns pall bearers so the Browns can let him down one last time."

The Dolphins are still interested in Vonta Leach. Maybe? It's been a month since these rumors cropped up. The Phinsider takes a peek at where things stand.

Silver and Black Pride is re-grading the Raiders 2008 draft class. On Darren McFadden, they write, "Definitely one of the team's best picks in recent memory despite his injury history. Unfortunately, that's not saying a whole lot for Oakland."

The Colts were unusually active during free agency this offseason. What do all of those offseason additions need to focus on at training camp?

Luke Joeckel should drastically improve the Jaguars offensive line, Big Cat Country writes.

The most extensive break down of Browns receiver Greg Little you will find.

Bolts From The Blue is taking a stroll through history, re-living the end of the Dan Fouts era in San Diego.