29-Year-Old Offensive Tackle – New York Jets
2016 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Ryan Clady in 2016. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2016 ADP: –
Bye Week: 11
Ryan Clady Contract Information:
In July of 2013, Clady agreed to a five-year, $57.5 million contract with the Broncos. The deal includes $33 million in guaranteed money.
Clady (knee) has been cleared to play and deemed 'good to go' for the 2016 season by GM Mike Maccagnan, ESPNís Rich Cimini reports.
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Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Saturday's trade makes sense for both sides given that Denver already bolstered the left side of its line this offseason with the signing of Russell Okung, while the Jets just lost their franchise left tackle with the retirement of D'Brickashaw Ferguson. Clady, who is coming off a torn ACL that cost him the entire 2015 season, could be a steal for the Jets if he is able to return to his Pro Bowl form from two years ago at the cost of two late-round picks. For Denver, those extra selections in the upcoming draft could be used in a package to trade up or be used to fill some holes on the roster.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)This is obviously a huge blow for the Broncos, who will be without their primary pass-protector for the duration of the season, and at this point, it's unclear where they'll look for immediate help at tackle. Denver selected Ty Sambrailo out of Colorado State in the second round, but the team could also look to the free agent market for a more experienced option to protect Peyton Manning's blind side. Clady, the team's longest-tenured player, also missed significant time in 2013 with a foot injury
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Ryan Clady.
Clady has been locked into the left tackle spot since he was drafted 12th overall back in 2008, but a torn ACL suffered in May will keep him out this season.
Clady will start at left tackle.
Will start at left tackle after agreeing to a new five-year contract worth up to $57.5 million, with $33 million guaranteed, in July.
Will start at left tackle and is one of the game's best at the position.
Remains one of the NFL's elite offensive linemen and will start at left tackle.
Clady is the best offensive lineman for the Broncos, but is recovering from an offseason knee injury that will likely keep him off the field until close to the season opener. However, when he returns, he will be the Broncos' starting left tackle.
Clady was a beast in 2008 and has provided great stability on the left side of the line for the Broncos. He will continue to be a vital part of the offensive line in 2009, one that will be of utmost importance in keeping quarterback Kyle Orton clean and opening up lanes for the plethora of running backs on the roster.
Clady, who was drafted with the 12th overall pick in the 2008 draft, will start at left tackle.