Now that the off-season frenzy is in full effect for the Denver Broncos, it is time to begin getting the team to within the salary cap that has been set at about $121M by the NFL. With decisions to be made in all areas, especially at the cornerback position with Champ Bailey, the Broncos and Executive Vice President John Elway must be steadfast in retaining one player: OT Ryan Clady. Since his rookie year in 2008, Clady has started every single game at the tackle spot, ensuring his quarterbacks safety from the blindside with a menacing poise. Arguably the best tackle in the NFL, Clady allowed just a half sack in his rookie year, while only giving up one sack while protecting Peyton Manning in 2012.