Safety Ryan Clark announced his retirement from the NFL during Wednesday's broadcast of ESPN's NFL Live.
Clark, who spent this past season with the Redskins, will retire as a member of the Steelers. Clark spent eight seasons with the Steelers from 2006-2013. He spent two additional seasons with the Redskins from 2004-05 and began his career with the Giants from 2002-03.
In his career, Clark totaled 643 tackles and 16 interceptions. It's likely for Clark to turn his full attention to his broadcasting career with ESPN.
The Broncos released their final injury for the Week 16 game against the Bengals and listed C.J. Anderson, Chris Clark, Cody Latimer, Will Montgomery, Jacob Tamme, Demaryius Thomas and Julius Thomas as probable.
The following players are listed as questionable: Ryan Clady (thigh), Ronnie Hillman (foot), Peyton Manning (thigh), Emmanuel Sanders (illness), Juwan Thompson (hip/knee) and Kayvon Webster (shoulder).
Linebacker Brandon Marshall (foot) and offensive tackle Paul Cornick (toe) were ruled out of the game.
The Redskins released their final injury report Friday and listed Jason Hatcher (knee), Chris Baker (chest) and E.J. Biggers (concussion) as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Rams.
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The Redskins have listed nine players on its final injury report for Sunday's game against Indianapolis. Cornerback Bashaud Breeland (back) and defensive lineman Kedric Golston (back) were the only two deemed probable for Week 13.
The following seven players were designated as questionable: Defensive lineman Chris Baker (chest), cornerback E.J. Biggers (concussion), safety Ryan Clark (shoulder, stinger), defensive end Jason Hatcher (knee), running back Silas Redd (rib), tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring) and tackle Trent Williams (knee).
The Redskins unveiled their final injury report for Week 11 against Tampa Bay. Logan Paulsen (foot, hamstring) is the only player on the report listed as questionable. Robert Griffin III (ankle), Ryan Clark (shoulder), Ryan Kerrigan (wrist), Silas Redd (back) and Keenan Robinson (shoulder) were all labeled probable for Sunday.
The Redskins are in fine shape heading into their Week 9 game in Minnesota. Nine of the 10 players on their Friday injury report have been deemed probable, including quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle). Only cornerback Bashaud Breeland (knee) is questionable.
The other probables are safety Ryan Clark (ankle/shoulder), linebackers Perry Riley, Jr. (knee), Keenan Robinson (shoulder), Ryan Kerrigan (wrist) and Trent Murphy (knee), cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) and tackle Trent Williams (knee).
Redskins running back Alfred Morris, who was probable with an ankle injury, is active as expected for Monday's game at Dallas. Other Redskins suiting up include nose tackle Chris Baker (thigh), safety Ryan Clark (ankle, shoulder), cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring), linebacker Perry Riley (knee) and left tackle Trent Williams (knee).
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle) is listed as questionable on the team's final Week 8 injury report for Monday's matchup with the Cowboys.
Griffin hasn't played since Week 2 while recovering from a dislocated ankle, but he was able to get three limited practices under his belt this week. Even with the questionable tag, Colt McCoy is expected to start Monday night.
Cornerback Tracy Porter (hamstring) is also listed as questionable after being limited in practice all week. Safety Ryan Clark (ankle, shoulder) was limited in practice all week as well but is listed as probable. The team's other probables include running back Alfred Morris (ankle), defensive lineman Chris Baker (thigh), linebacker Perry Riley (knee) and offensive tackles Trent Williams (knee) and Tyler Polumbus (knee), all of whom practiced in full Saturday.
The Redskins listed 10 players on their final injury report for Sunday's Week 7 clash against the Titans. Robert Griffin III (ankle), Akeem Jordan (knee) and Tracy Porter (hamstring) were the only three to be officially ruled out for the game.
Deemed questionable were David Amerson (concussion), Ryan Clark (ankle) and Perry Riley Jr. (knee). Brian Orakpo (ankle), Trenton Robinson (ankle), Trent Williams (knee) and Darrel Young (hamstring) were all officially ruled probable for Sunday.
Redskins free safety Ryan Clark aggravated his sprained ankle in the Week 6 loss at Arizona, reports the Washington Post. Clark was unable to practice last week due to the injury, then suited up and made seven tackles against the Cardinals.
Clark, who has 38 tackles in six games, will be limited in practice this week, coach Jay Gruden told the paper.
The Redskins have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Week 6 matchup against the Cardinals: quarterback Robert Griffin III (ankle), wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, guard Spencer Long, tackle Morgan Moses, cornerback CB Tracy Porter (hamstring) and linebackers Perry Riley (knee) and Jackson Jeffcoat.
Griffin and Porter were previously ruled out, but Riley carried a questionable tag before being deemed inactive for the game. On the positive side, tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring), safety Ryan Clark (ankle), linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) and tackle Trent Williams (knee) are all active after being listed as questionable on the team's final injury report.
The Redskins had several players with a probable designation who are active for Week 6, including defensive ends Kedric Golston (groing) and Jason Hatcher (hamstring), defensive tackle Frank Kearse (thigh), linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee), safety Trenton Robinson (ankle) guard Shawn Lauvao (knee) and tackle Tyler Polumbus (finger).
Several key Redskins have been designated as questionable for the Week 6 game at Arizona. Included are safety Ryan Clark (ankle), linebackers Perry Riley (knee) and Brian Orakpo (ankle), tackle Trent Williams (knee) and tight end Jordan Reed (hamstring).
Redskins safety Ryan Clark left the game against the Seahawks in the second quarter with an ankle injury, but returned a short time later.
Redskins defensive back Ryan Clark (foot) and linebacker Brian Orakpo (ankle) are both in uniform for Week 3 against the Eagles, after being considered probable for the game.
The Redskins could be without two players from the defensive side of the ball in Week 3 against the Eagles, as defensive lineman Kedric Golston (groin) is listed on the injury report as doubtful while linebacker Akeem Jordan (knee) and defensive back Tracy Porter (hamstring) were ruled out.
The team has just two other players listed on the injury report for Week 3 on defense, and both are expected to play. Linebacker Brian Orakpo (neck) and defensive back Ryan Clark (foot) both got through the week in practice and are officially probable for Sunday.
The Redskins pass rush dominated the Jaguars in a 41-10 win in Week 2, as seven different players go to the quarterback.
Ryan Kerrigan led the way with four sacks in the game, while both Perry Riley and Jason Hatcher added 1.5 sacks. Brian Orakpo and Frank Kearse also added a sack each, while Ryan Clark and Keenan Robinson got into it with a half-sack each. The team took Chad Henne down 10 times in the blowout win.
Redskins safety Ryan Clark sat out practice Saturday due to a lingering hamstring injury. The team will take a cautious approach with the 34-year-old heading into the second week of preseason.
"We're going to be very safe with him," head coach Jay Gruden said.
Free agent safety Ryan Clark signed a one-year deal with the Redskins. Clark, 34, made 104 tackles and two interceptions for the Steelers last year.
Free agent safety Ryan Clark visited the Seahawks over the weekend as he looks to extend his 13-year NFL career. Clark, 34, who made 104 tackles and two interceptions last year for the Steelers, also visited the Redskins but left without a deal.
The Panthers have had preliminary talks with safety Ryan Clark, formerly of the Steelers, the Charlotte Observer reports. Clark, who turns 35 during the season, had over 100 total tackles last season and has started at least 14 games each of the past six years.