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Links: LT Ryan Clady inks 5-year deal

Denver Broncos

The Broncos beat a Monday deadline and signed left tackle Ryan Clady to a five-year deal worth $52.5 million in base salary late Sunday. With $33 million guaranteed, Clady can earn up to $57.5 million.

The team site takes a look at Nate Irving's viability as the starting middle linebacker.

In their week-by-week preview, the Broncos site previews Denver's Week 14 opponent: the Tennessee Titans.

Kyle Montgomery at the Mile High Report asks whether the Broncos improved their receiving corps? Here's their player-by-player analysis of the the unit.

San Diego Chargers

Forbes released its list of the world's 50 most valuable sports teams and the Charges fall in at No. 38.

Kansas City Chiefs

ESPN's Ed Werder tweeted he would surprised if the Chiefs reach a long-term contract with left tackle Branden Albert.

Oakland Raiders

The city of Oakland continues to spend money in hopes of keeping the Raiders, Athletics and Warriors at their current Coliseum site.