According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, Broncos’ left tackle Ryan Clady will undergo surgery on his right shoulder after injuring it in their regular season finale.
Clady suffered the injury in the Broncos’ final regular-season game against the Kansas City Chiefs. He sat out practices during the bye week but was able to play through the injury during the Broncos’ 38-35 double-overtime, AFC divisional-round playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 12.
He was excused from playing in the Pro Bowl game Sunday because of the shoulder injury. The Broncos’ first-round draft pick at No. 12 overall in 2008, Clady has started all 80 regular-season games in his career.