Bill Carey
Wednesday September 18th, 2013

Ryan Clady is out for the season. (Denver Post via Getty Images) Facing surgery for a foot injury, Ryan Clady is out for the season. (Denver Post via Getty Images)

The Denver Broncos will place starting left tackle Ryan Clady on the season-ending injured reserve, reports The Denver Post's Mike Klis on Twitter.

Clady suffered a Lisfranc foot sprain against the Giants on Sunday and will need surgery to repair it.

Chris Clark, who has six career starts, is now slated to protect Peyton Manning's blind side. The Broncos signed free agent tackle Winston Justice on Wednesday.

KING: The future of offense? Simplicity Clady, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, signed a five-year, $57.5 million contract this offseason. He had started 82 straight games.

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