|National Football League|
|Sep. 18 9:51 AM PT10:51 AM MT11:51 AM CT12:51 PM ET16:51 GMT12:51 AM 北京时间9:51 AM MST11:51 AM EST11:51 AM CT20:51 UAE12:51 ET15:51 - The Denver Broncos placed Clady on season-ending injured reserve after the Pro Bowl left tackle hurt his left foot last weekend.
Analysis: Clady was hurt in the closing minutes Sunday when Giants defensive lineman Cullen Jenkins rolled up on him while the Broncos were trying to run out the clock in their 41-23 win. Clady has protected Peyton Manning's blindside since the four-time MVP arrived in Denver last season. Chris Clark is expected to step in for Clady, who's never missed a start since being a first-round pick in 2008 out of Boise State.
|July 14 5:58 PM PT6:58 PM MT7:58 PM CT8:58 PM ET0:58 GMT8:58 AM 北京时间5:58 PM MST7:58 PM EST7:58 PM CT4:58 UAE (+1)20:58 ET23:58 - The Denver Broncos locked up left tackle Ryan Clady on Sunday, signing Peyton Manning's blindside protector to a five-year deal worth up to $57.5 million. Clady, a first-round draft pick in 2008, is still recovering from surgery to his right shoulder and is expected to miss the start of training camp, which begins May 25.
Analysis: The Broncos and Clady have been at odds over a long-term contract for more than a year. Had he not signed by Monday, he would have played under a one-year, $9.823 million deal because of the franchise tag. Instead, Clady has a deal that guarantees him at least $33 million and should keep him in Denver through the end of Manning's playing days.
|June 11 2:38 PM PT3:38 PM MT4:38 PM CT5:38 PM ET21:38 GMT5:38 AM 北京时间2:38 PM MST4:38 PM EST4:38 PM CT1:38 UAE (+1)17:38 ET20:38 - Clady wass the only no-show for Wednesday's three-day mandatory minicamp.
Analysis: Clady, who's recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, is angling for a big contract.
|Feb. 15 11:54 AM PT12:54 PM MT1:54 PM CT2:54 PM ET19:54 GMT3:54 AM 北京时间12:54 PM MST2:54 PM EST1:54 PM CT23:54 UAE14:54 ET17:54 - Peyton Manning's blindside protector will get a big pay raise next season. The Denver Broncos placed their franchise tag on Clady on Friday, ensuring the three-time Pro Bowler a salary of $9.828 million in 2013.
Analysis: That's almost triple the $3.5 million Clady made last season when he allowed just one sack in more than 1,100 snaps during Manning's bounce-back season in Denver. The Broncos are hoping to work out a long-term deal with Clady before training camp, though. Last summer, he rejected a five-year, $50 million offer that included $28 million in guarantees.