Found January 02, 2013 on BroncoTalk:
PLAYERS: Ryan CladyJohn Fox
TEAMS: Denver Broncos
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Before you hyperventilate, relax.  He is expected to be back in time for the Broncos‘ first playoff game.  Breathing again?  Good. Broncos Pro Bowl left tackle Ryan Clady was not at practice Wednesday.  He has an undisclosed injury that Broncos coach John Fox said he would not reveal until he has to (on) Tuesday. The injury is not expected to force Clady to miss the Broncos’ second-round playoff game. That report comes via the Denver Post‘s Mike Klis, who first reported Clady’s injury on Twitter.  We will be following this situation closely—everything will die down quickly if Clady returns to practice tomorrow, or within the next few days.
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