Broncos placed LT Ryan Clady (foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Profootballtalk reports the Broncos are "still evaluating all options" with LT Ryan Clady (sprained foot), including injured reserve/designated to return.
The Denver Post reports Broncos LT Ryan Clady (foot) may need season-ending surgery.
The Denver Post's Brandon Krisztal reports Broncos LT Ryan Clady has been diagnosed with a Lisfranc sprain in his left foot.
Broncos LT Ryan Clady sustained a left foot injury during Sunday's Week 2 win over the Giants.
Ryan Clady (shoulder) is expected to play in the Broncos' third preseason game.
Broncos LT Ryan Clady (shoulder) returned to practice Saturday.
Broncos LT Ryan Clady (shoulder surgery) is expected to miss the first 2-3 weeks of training camp.
Broncos LT Ryan Clady (shoulder surgery) hopes to be cleared by early August.
Broncos signed LT Ryan Clady to a five-year, $52.5 million contract, including $33 million guaranteed.
According to ESPN's John Clayton, the Broncos' "sweetened" contract offer to franchise player Ryan Clady consists of $500,000 more in annual value.
Sources with knowledge of the negotiations tell ProFootballTalk.com that a long-term deal between the Broncos and LT Ryan Clady "should get done."
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports there is "optimism growing" the Broncos will lock up franchise player LT Ryan Clady to a long-term deal.
NFL.com's Albert Breer reports the Broncos still have "significant" ground to cover in long-term talks with unsigned franchise player LT Ryan Clady.