Ryan Clady, former Boise State Bronco, announces retirement from NFL
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) —
Former Boise State football player Ryan Clady is hanging up his cleats.
The veteran left pro-bowl tackle announced on Twitter that he's retiring after nine seasons in the pros.
"I have deliberated on this decisions thoroughly until now because I wanted to see if the beginning of NFL training camps would inspire the passion that I need to perform at the standards that I established for myself during my 9-year- NFL career."
Clady spent eight seasons with the Denver Broncos and one with the New York Jets. He currently was a free-agent.
"I am excited about what life holds for me going forward," he said.