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Four-time Pro Bowl OT Ryan Clady retires from National Football League at 30

01 Août 2017

The Broncos took Clady with the 12th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft and he was a second-team All-Pro selection as a rookie after starting every game that year.

He said in the post that "several teams" were interested in signing him, but he has chose to call it a career.

Clady tweeted out word that he was retiring after nine seasons in the NFL.

Clady came into the Broncos organization and made an immediate impact.

"I have deliberated on this decision thoroughly until now", he wrote, "because I wanted to see if the beginning of National Football League training camps would inspire the passion that I need to perform at the standards that I established for myself during my nine-year National Football League career".

Last season, Clady played for New York Jets after spending eight years in Denver, where he earned four Pro Bowl invites and made two All-Pro teams during that time.

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Unfortunately for the former Boise State standout, injuries caught up with him throughout the latter part of his career.

Injuries would then hamper Clady's career.

The Broncos traded Clady, and a seventh round pick, to the New York Jets before the 2016 season. Foot and knee injuries limited Clady to only 18 games from 2013 to 2015.

The veteran left tackle tore a rotator cuff in Week 3 and played through it for the next month until he was finally put on injured reserve.

Clady reportedly visited the Seattle Seahawks recently but there wasn't a contract offer.

Four-time Pro Bowl OT Ryan Clady retires from National Football League at 30