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In reality, we'll be really watching for just one player on Monday: Ryan Clady.
Clady, Denver's All-Pro left tackle, was slapped with a $9.6 million franchise tag by the team earlier in the offseason—but if he is going to come to work, he wants a raise.
Clady has been recovering from shoulder surgery on his own this offseason and hasn't yet showed up to the team's Dove Valley headquarters. Technically, everything team activity conducted so far this offseason has been "voluntary," so Clady hasn't truly been holding out.
But if the Broncos don't workout a long-term contract with him before training camp, this may turn out into a real holdout, and that's something the team does not want to see happen.
Perhaps some of the $5 million in cap space created by Peyton's restructured contract will be put towards Clady's new deal, but only time will tell.
Unless it is to discuss a new contract, don't expect Clady to show up this week.