Congratulations are in order for former Boise State offensive tackle Ryan Clady, who was named second-team All-Pro today. Clady finished third in the voting among tackles, behind Carolina's Jordan Gross and Tennessee's Michael Roos. He is joined on the second team by former Bronco and current Eagle S Quintin Mikell.
Clady is the first tackle listed on the second team offense. The rookie had an impressive debut season as a professional — he didn’t allow a full sack in 16 starts at left tackle, part of an offensive line that set a Broncos franchise record by allowing only 12 sacks all year.
And now a moment of silence for what Boise State's season could have been like this year had Clady not turned pro early.
Read more: Broncos' Clady is second-team All-Pro choice [Rocky Mountain News]