Ryan Clady To Return On Wednesday, Broncos Getting Healthy

After a Training Camp filled with names that wouldn't be on the field, Broncos Head Coach Josh McDaniels finally gave Broncos Country a bit of good news today.  During his press conference, McDaniels let it be known that Pro Bowl LT Ryan Clady would return to the practice field tomorrow, his first workouts since undergoing knee surgery for an injury suffered playing basketball during the off-season.

It is a big step for Clady, who will be removed from the Active P.U.P list.  That means the Broncos are confident that he'll be ready to go for the season opener in Jacksonville on September 12, or so thereafter. 

McDaniels also stated that the Broncos promoted OLB Jarvis Moss to the first-team, allowing Mario Haggan to move inside.  That made veteran LB Akin Ayodele expendable - the Broncos released him earlier today.

RB Correll Buckhalter, CB Champ Bailey, LB D.J. Williams, WR Demaryius Thomas and OG Chris Kuper were all expected to return to practice today.

RB LenDale White is expected to return to practice tomorrow as well, while QB Tim Tebow remains sidelined with a rib injury sustained against the Bengals.

Complete transcripts of today's presser to come.

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