The Denver Broncos have a third pool of players available to them next year that most teams do not. Along with the draft and free agency, the injury report from last season will provide a number of players returning to action next season.
All-Pro left tackle Ryan Clady, who suffered a Lisfranc injury to his left foot, is one of the Broncos that the team sorely missed in the Super Bowl. Broncos general manager John Elway recently said Clady’s recovery was going well.
“Ryan’s good. I saw him the other day,” Elway said. “He finally got all of the hardware out of his foot and he’s really on the mend now.”
On the other side of the ball, Von Miller continues to rehab his torn ACL. Elway also said his recovery is on track.
“We don’t hear a whole lot about it other than that he’s been very responsive to everything,” Elway said. “Then going through treatment and everything, he’s been doing good.”
In addition to Clady and Miller, the Broncos should get back several starters including Kevin Vickerson, Rahim Moore, Derek Wolf and Chris Harris Jr.