Clady (shoulder) retired Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The four-time Pro Bowl lineman spent most of his season in Denver, only playing one season with the Jets in 2016. The Jets then opted out of a $10 million option for Clady, making him an unrestricted free agent. His high price tag along with his shoulder injury made him a difficult sign before training camp, and this ultimately led to his decision to call it quits.
The Broncos placed left tackle Ryan Clady on injured reserve due to a torn ACL on Sunday, the team announced.
Clady tore his ACL this past Wednesday during an organized team activity practice. The Broncos signed Ryan Harris to the roster soon after announcing Clady sustained a season-ending injury.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady suffered a torn ACL in practice on Wednesday and will probably miss the 2015 season, the team announced.
This is a crucial blow for the Broncos offense, which will rely a lot on its offensive line under Gary Kubiak. Options to replace Clady at left tackle are Michael Schofield or rookie Ty Sambrailo.
Sambrailo was taken in the second round of the 2015 draft and Schofield was a third-round pick in the 2014 draft.
The Broncos will have both Peyton Manning and Emmanuel Sanders Week 17 against the Raiders.
Manning came into the contest listed as probable due to a thigh injury. He was never really expected to miss the contest. Sanders was listed as questionable with a hip issue. He was a limited participant in practice all week.
The team will also have nearly all of their probable players. That means C.J. Anderson, Lamin Barrow, David Bruton Jr., Ryan Clady, Chris Clark, Ronnie Hillman, Will Montgomery, Manny Ramirez, Jacob Tamme, Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas, Kayvon Webster and Derek Wolfe will all attempt to play.
The Broncos have ruled out linebacker Brandon Marshall (foot) for Sunday's regular season finale against Oakland. Defensive back T.J. Ward (neck), tackle Paul Cornick (toe) and wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders (hip) were deemed questionable, while 16 players were deemed probable.
Those included running back C.J. Anderson (ankle), linebacker Lamin Barrows (illness), safety David Bruton Jr. (calf), tackle Ryan Clady (thigh), tackle Chris Clark (back), running back Ronnie Hillman (foot), Peyton Manning (thigh), center Will Montgomery (knee), center Manny Ramirez (illness), tight end Jacob Tamme (foot), wide receiver Demaryius Thomas (ankle, hip), tight end Julius Thomas (ankle), running back Juwan Thompson (hip, knee), defensive tackle Mitch Unrein (illness), cornerback Kayvon Webster (shoulder) and defensive end Derek Wolfe (knee).
Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will have his blindside protector Monday night in Cincinnati, as left tackle Ryan Clady is active. Clady had been questionable with a thigh injury.
Also suiting up for Denver are right tackle Chris Clark (back), wideout Cody Latimer (concussion), center Will Montgomery (knee), tight end Jacob Tamme (ribs) and cornerback Kayvon Webster (shoulder).
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 thigh injury Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady suffered during Sunday's game against the Chargers is not considered serious, according to NFL.com National Insider Ian Rapoport. Clady was hurt in the first half Week 15 and did not return to play in the second half.
The Broncos have ruled running backs Montee Ball (groin) and Ronnie Hillman (foot) out for Sunday's game against Miami, according to Denver's final injury report for Week 12. The team also listed tight ends Virgil Green (calf) and Julius Thomas (ankle) as questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players were deemed probable: David Bruton (ankle), Quinton Carter (knee), Ryan Clady (groin), Britton Colquitt (illness), Paul Cornick (shoulder), Emmanuel Sanders (concussion), Steven Johnson (ankle) and Juwan Thompson (knee).
Seven Broncos who had been deemed probable are set to play Week 11 against St. Louis, including running back Montee Ball (groin). The others are safety Quinton Carter (knee), offensive linemen Ryan Clady (groin), Paul Cornick (shoulder) and Orlando Franklin (knee), linebacker Steven Johnson (ankle) and running back Juwan Thompson (knee).
The Broncos have ruled out running back Ronnie Hillman (foot) for their Sunday game in St. Louis and tight end Virgil Green (knee) is doubtful, but the team is otherwise quite healthy. The only other players on their Friday injury report are probable.
That group includes running backs Juwan Thompson (knee) and Montee Ball (groin), safety Quinton Carter (knee), offensive linemen Ryan Clady (groin), Paul Cornick (shoulder) and Orlando Franklin (knee) and linebacker Steven Johnson (ankle).
The Broncos should have at least six players listed on the injury report for Week 2.
Linebacker Danny Trevathan is the only player to be ruled out for the game. Guard Ben Garland is doubtful, and safety David Bruton Jr. is considered questionable heading into the game.
The Broncos did list six players as probable, and should have them available Sunday. Ryan Clady, Chris Harris Jr., Nate Irving, Manny Ramirez, DeMarcus Ware and Kayvon Webster should all play Week 2.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady will be monitored throughout training camp, but questions about his recovery from a season-ending Lisfranc injury "have been answered," reports the team's official website.
Clady worked extensively throughout OTAs and put the Broncos at ease. He's nearly eight months removed from being on crutches, as the injury occurred Week 2. "By all appearances, he's ready," the website said.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady is still rehabbing from a Lisfranc foot injury he suffered Week 2. He was on crutches or in a boot for two months.
"It's a little longer off the feet, but it's not that bad of an injury," Clady told the team's website. "I feel like I should be able to come back at 100 percent and do well."
Clady said he's not running at full speed yet and does not have a timetable for returning to practice. "I'm just going to feel it out and ease my way back in," he said.
Only two of the Broncos' offensive line positions are set, reports the Denver Post. Ryan Clady will start at left tackle, Louis Vasquez at right guard.
Manny Ramirez and Will Montgomery will compete at center, though Denver also could draft a rookie to start, the paper said. Orlando Franklin or Chris Clark will start at right tackle, and left guard will be manned by Ramirez or Franklin.
Chris Clark will start at left tackle in Clady's absence. The Broncos also signed veteran offensive tackle Winston Justice.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady's foot injury could end his season, reports the Denver Post. That's a worst-case scenario.
At a minimum, Clady "will miss significant time because of a Lisfranc injury in the arch of his left foot," the paper said. The team is still gathering medical opinions about the injury.
Coach John Fox did not give reporters a timetable. "I'm no fortune teller or into tea leaves or any of that good stuff," Fox said. "I'm into the reporting nature of how we report the game. So right now it's exactly what we said — it's a left foot sprain — and when we know something (more) we'll let all the fortune tellers know."
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady, who protects Peyton Manning's blind side, won't be doing so for at least a few weeks after having been diagnosed with a Lisfranc sprain of his left foot, sources have told the Denver Post.
Clady has yet to miss a start since being taken by the Broncos in the first round of the 2008 draft, but that streaks appears to be in peril.
Six Broncos who were listed as probable or questionable are active against the Giants: Defensive end Robert Ayers (Achilles), safety Omar Bolden (shoulder), left tackle Ryan Clady (shoulder), wideout Trindon Holliday (knee), safety Duke Ihenacho (thigh) and linebacker Wesley Woodyard (ankle).
Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady looks like a go for the game Sunday against the Giants. He was a full participant in Friday practice for the third straight day with a shoulder injury.