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TWO FORMER BRONCOS NAMED TO THE NFL ALL-PRO TEAM

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Former Bronco football standouts Ryan Clady and Quintin Mikell have been recognized for their outstanding 2008 NFL seasons by being named to the 2008 Associated Press NFL All-Pro Second Team.

Clady, who was selected in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos, started every game for the Broncos in this his rookie season.  Clady also received several votes for NFL Rookie of the Year.  Clady started for three years at Boise State, earning First Team All-WAC and numerous All-American honors as a sophomore in 2006 and junior in 2007, before entering the NFL Draft.

Mikell, meanwhile, moved into the starting lineup for the Philadelphia Eagles, and was a playmaker in the passing game and against the run.  He made 93 tackles, two sacks, three interceptions and forced two fumbles during the regular season.  At Boise State, Mikell was a four year starter from 1999-2002 and was a member of three Bronco conference championship and bowl teams.  In 2000, Mikell was named the Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year.  He followed that up in 2002 by being honored as the Western Athletic Conference Defensive Most Valuable Player, the only Bronco player to be named Player of the Year in two conferences.

Click Here for a complete listing of the 2008 Associated Press NFL All-Pro Teams.