The Denver Broncos want to sign All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady to a long-term deal before the start of training camp, and toward that end, they offered Clady a five-year, $50 million extension, the Denver Post reported. About $28 million of the salary would be guaranteed, according to the report, and the average annual salary of $10 million would represent a sizable raise from the $3.5 million he is scheduled to earn in 2012 in the final year of his current contract. The $50 million deal also would make Clady one of the five highest paid offensive linemen in the NFL, based on annual salary. Clady has started all 66 regular-season and playoff games during his career and has missed just 15 regular-season snaps during his four-year NFL career. Named All-Pro as a rookie, Clady was named to the Pro Bowl in 2009 and 2011.