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Denver Broncos News: Horse Tracks - 7/15/13

I am pretty sure all of the Broncos County is stoked to learn that Ryan Clady will be the franchise left tackle for the Broncos for another five season.


Ryan Clady signs contract Extension - Mile High Report
Pro-Bowl LT Ryan Clady and the Denver Broncos have agreed to terms on a contract extension. Clady was tagged as the Broncos franchise player this past offseason, and though the deal would have paid him 9.8 million guaranteed, it was not the longterm deal he was seeking.

Jon Heath Sports Media: Denver Broncos Sign Ryan Clady to Five-Year, $52M+ Contract
Left tackle Ryan Clady signed a five-year, $52.4 million deal with the Denver Broncos on Sunday. The contract has a "max value" of $57.5 million.

Denver Broncos News & Blogs

Klis: Broncos' in-house talent can help boost Denver after arrests - The Denver Post
When the Broncos decided not to renew the contract of pro personnel director Keith Kidd after the NFL draft, they could have replaced him with a loyal, well-qualified, in-house candidate.

Retired Cheerleader Katie W. |
A photo compilation of retired Denver Broncos Cheerleader Katie W. from her time with the squad.

Which position group is the Broncos’ biggest strength? - It's All Over, Fat Man!
Happy Monday, friends. Since we’re approaching training camp, it seems like a good time to start prospectively discussing some 2013 Denver Broncos football. What do you think about that?

NFL Power Rankings | Fanspeak NFL Blog
The Broncos went all in this offseason in boosting their offensive line and adding Wes Welker to their receiving corps. They were the 1st seed in the AFC last year, and figure to make a strong run this year as well.

NFL News & Blogs

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
When it comes to which player will top all rookies in sacks in 2013, there definitely are ample candidates. For sure, proven college-level pass rushers such as Ziggy Ansah (Detroit), Barkevious Mingo (Cleveland), and Jarvis Jones (Pittsburgh) come to mind.

Linebacker market could feature bigger names in 2014 -
While players like Paul Kruger, Dannell Ellerbe and Connor Barwin got big contracts in 2013, the deals in 2014 could be even bigger.

Justin Pugh in mix for Giants starting RT job -
Justin Pugh will compete with James Brewer and David Diehl for the Giants' starting right tackle spot, according to offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride.

Johnny Manziel "recuperating from dehydration," dad says | ProFootballTalk
Johnny Manziel, the Heisman Trophy-winning Texas A&M quarterback who will be one of the most intriguing prospects in next year's NFL draft, left this weekend's Manning Passing Academy amid reports that he was partying, reports that were denied by the Manning camp.

Ray Lewis urges fathers not to be like his father | ProFootballTalk
Before Ray Lewis became an All-Pro linebacker, he was a baby boy named Ray Jenkins, whose father abandoned him. Now that he's retired from his Hall of Fame career, one of Lewis's priorities is opening up about his childhood and urging other fathers not to be like his father.

Steelers, Dolphins have no comment on Pounceys’ "Free Hernandez" hats | ProFootballTalk
Earlier today, a photo surfaced of Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and Dolphins center Mike Pouncey wearing "Free Hernandez" hats, apparently at their recent birthday party.