With the 2013 season officially in the books, the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The Denver Broncos.
Champ Bailey is inactive for the Broncos on Monday night against the Raiders.
Tackle Winston Justice to visit Lions Wednesday and he has also been in contact with the Cowboys.
The Miami Dolphins signed former Atlanta Falcons offensive tackle Tyson Clabo on Sunday.
The Dolphins are still looking to tackle their offensive line issues, bringing in three right tackles on Wednesday.
Miami's re-tooled offense looks good but won't be set until the Dolphins figure out who's playing tackle. The team is hosting three free-agent right tackles Wednesday, with the assumption that 2012 rookie Jonathan Martin can switch to the left side.
Indianapolis Colts free-agent right tackle Winston Justice is scheduled to meet with the Steelers and the Browns this week, according to reports. Neither team addressed their needs at tackle in last week's NFL Draft. Justice, 28, spent one season in Indianapolis after spending the first five years of his career with the Eagles.
Why will the champion Ravens probably start 2013 on the road? Clark Judge says it's because Orioles owner Peter Angelos is unlikely to budge on a scheduling conflict.
Few quarterbacks in the NFL were pressured as heavily as Andrew Luck in 2012. In Luck's second season, the Indianapolis Colts could make additions at right tackle and left guard to protect Luck better next season. The Colts also must fill voids at outside linebacker, cornerback and strong safety.
The Indianapolis Colts will use their franchise tag on kicking specialist Pat McAfee, according to a report from USA Today Sports. McAfee set a Colts single-season record for gross punting average and touchbacks on kickoffs in 2012.

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