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Updated: April 13, 2004, 11:51 AM ET
By By Darrell Trimble | ESPN Insider
Denver Broncos: The club has already been involved in two trades this offseason, but they could be going for the trade trifecta. The Denver Post reports the Broncos and Cleveland Browns are discussing a trade that would send WR Dennis Northcutt to Denver in exchange for at least one draft pick. The Broncos and Browns continued discussions last week that commenced at the NFL's owners meetings last month. Northcutt would be a valuable player for Denver because he also returns punts. Since trading O'Neal to Cincinnati last week, the Broncos are looking to fill that opening.

Indianapolis Colts: The team offered one-year tender offers to three starters -- OL Ryan Diem, OL Rick DeMulling and CB Nick Harper but none of the restricted free agents signed the offers. But that could change. According to the Indianapolis Star, DeMulling appears ready to sign the team's one-year offer of $1.368 million. That would leave the club with four restricted agents who have yet to sign their tenders. Backup RB Dominic Rhodes received a one-year tender of $628,000. Restricted free agents are permitted to sign offer sheets with other teams until Friday, but the Colts could match the offer and would receive compensation if they decided to let the player go.

Jacksonville Jaguars: The club said last week that they would not bring any potential first-round picks in for a visit prior to the draft, but that wasn't the case. According to the Florida Times-Union the Jags will bring in USC DE Kenechi Udeze (6'3", 281) will visit with the Jaguars' scouts and coaching staff before making trips to Detroit and Washington this week, agent Thomas Barnes said. Jacksonville has a hole at defensive end and Udeze is high on the Jaguars' draft board. The Jaguars say they also will host visits with Arkansas OT Shawn Andrews and possibly Washington WR Reggie Williams.