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Ryan Clady likes Denver Broncos' offense under Peyton Manning

  • By Kevin Patra NFL Network
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Denver Broncos left tackle Ryan Clady will go from blocking for one of the NFL's most polarizing quarterbacks to protecting a future Hall of Famer's blind side.

Clady is on the front line of the Broncos' swap of the Tim Tebow run-heavy offense for Peyton Manning's pass-oriented attack.

Broncos LT Ryan Clady (above) worked with kids at Giants CB Terrell Thomas' youth football camp Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
Broncos LT Ryan Clady (above) worked with kids at Giants CB Terrell Thomas' youth football camp Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. (Kevin Patra/NFL Network)

"It's kind of going back to what we did before, for the most part, before Tebow was the quarterback, just more conventional offense," Clady said Saturday at New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas' youth football camp in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

"It's a little different," added Clady, a fifth-year pro who was the Broncos' first-round draft pick (No. 12 overall) in 2008. "We will probably pass the ball a little more and (be) more of a balanced offense. But I'm excited to see what is going to happen, and I'm excited for the future."

Clady said Manning's attention to detail gives the Broncos an edge in duplicating their AFC West championship performance of 2011.

"Knowing everything, knowing what everyone is doing on the field," Clady said about Manning. "He's definitely going to make our offense better, for sure."

Clady has a preference between last season's offensive scheme and this season's, but he said all that matters is victories.

"I like what we are doing now," he said. "I'm all for us winning, so whatever it takes."

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