Broncos Begin Fall Camp
Aug. 1, 2017

BOISE, Idaho - Boise State football opened up its 2017 Fall Camp Tuesday as the Bronco veterans and newcomers took the field for their first practices.

The veterans were out on DeChevrieux Field in the morning, while the newcomers and selected vets worked out in the late afternoon.

Junior cornerback Tyler Horton, redshirt junior tight end Jake Knight and redshirt sophomore STUD Sam Whitney met with the media following the morning veterans' practice, while head coach Bryan Harsin talked with the media following the newcomers' practice in the evening.

Ryan Clady Retires
Former Boise State offensive lineman Ryan Clady announced his retirement from the NFL Tuesday morning, closing the book on a nine-year professional career.

Clady, an integral part of Boise State's 2007 Tostito's Fiesta Bowl championship team, remains the highest-drafted Bronco in the NFL Draft as he was taken 12th overall by the Denver Broncos in 2008. He went on to spend eight seasons in Denver, being selected to the Pro Bowl four times, All-Pro twice, and earning a Super Bowl ring for Denver's victory at Super Bowl 50 despite missing the season due to a knee injury suffered during the offseason.

Clady was traded to the New York Jets following Denver's championship season, and started eight of nine games before a shoulder injury led to another trip to the season-ending injured reserve.


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