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Ryan Clady and Denver Broncos have talked restructure multiple times without resolution

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The Denver Broncos announced yesterday that they had reached an agreement with DeMarcus Ware to restructure his contracted, which will save the team roughly $3.5 million in cap space this season. Ware has the opportunity to earn all of that back through performance-based incentives.

The next domino to fall would be the restructuring of Ryan Clady's contract, but thus far the two sides have reached no resolution despite multiple meetings.

According to Over The Cap, Clady is only going to cost the Broncos $1.2 million in dead money, with $8.9 million in cap savings. Clady's contract is certainly not something the Broncos can absorb at this time. Not for a guy who has been injured often over the last several seasons.

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