|Aug. 1, 2017 11:40 AM PT12:40 PM MT1:40 PM CT2:40 PM ET18:40 GMT2:40 11:40 AM MST1:40 PM EST1:40 PM CT22:40 UAE14:40 ETNaN:� - Clady, the talented and towering tackle whose nine-year NFL career was checkered with injuries, is retiring from football.
Analysis: The four-time Pro Bowler signed a $52.5 million, five-year contract in 2013 but would play in just 18 games over the next three seasons before the Broncos traded him to the Jets, where a shoulder injury ended his 2016 season in November. He underwent surgery to repair a torn rotator cuff and the Jets declined his option for this season.
|Feb. 15, 2017 3:51 PM PT4:51 PM MT5:51 PM CT6:51 PM ET23:51 GMT7:51 4:51 PM MST6:51 PM EST5:51 PM CT3:51 UAE (+1)18:51 ETNaN:� - New York Jets have released Clady after just one season in which he played only nine games because of a shoulder injury.
Analysis: Clady was due $10 million next season - with a $1 million roster bonus due Wednesday - that made his return to New York under that contract unlikely. Clady, acquired last offseason from Denver to replace the retired D'Brickashaw Ferguson, suffered a torn rotator cuff in Week 3 at Kansas City and played through it for a few weeks before being placed on injured reserve.