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Horse Tracks - 12/9/09 - Broncos Lose Harris For the Season

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Yes, the loss of Ryan Harris is unfortunate, but certainly not unexpected.  Perhaps the most important asset an offensive tackle has are his feet and footwork.  That is what makes Ryan Clady so effective.  An injury, such as a dislocated big-toe, can be a huge problem.  Credit to Harris for trying to gut it out.  Now the burden falls to Tyler Polumbus.  He's played the majority of games the past 5 weeks and has improved as time has gone on.  The time is now for Polumbus, who grew up in Denver and went to Colorado, to lay-claim to a future spot on the Broncos offensive line.

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