Ryan Clady is willing to secure his future with the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos' veteran left tackle is aware that at some point he will be approached about restructuring his contract, and is willing to negotiate to help his team.
"I'm sure that'll come after the season," Clady told The Associated Press. "I'm definitely willing to talk. I definitely would like to be a lifetime Bronco."
Clady spent the entirety of 2015 on IR after suffering a torn ACL during OTAs. The team could save a lot of money by releasing him, as he is due to make more than $10 million in salary cap space over each of the next two seasons.
This would give Clady incentive to re-work his deal instead of losing his spot on a Super Bowl contending team.
Clady should be back at 100 percent well before training camp, which will allow him to regain the starting spot he's held since joining the club as a first-round pick in 2008.
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