"Just our nature upfront, we don't look to get any slack," Vasquez said, per the team's official website. "It's our job to protect Peyton and we have to do our job so that he can do his. There's no room for error."
Vasquez talked about the reshuffling as a "chance to see what these young guys are about," adding: "I'm the only man left standing that's been on the line for the last three years. I put it upon myself to be the anchor."
Clady's loss is rough for the Broncos, but he was far from pristine last season. If anything, the timing of his injury serves as a silver lining. Sambrailo and friends now have the rest of the offseason to work together in learning coach Gary Kubiak's zone-blocking scheme.
After what Kubiak did with Baltimore's front five last season, we aren't about to write off Denver's newbies just yet.