The Denver Broncos signed first-round draft pick Ryan Clady just hours before the start of training camp Friday.
The Broncos and Clady's agent, Pat Dye Jr., put the finishing touches on a deal that's believed to be worth $20 million over six years in time for the Boise State star to join the team's first workout.
Clady, already slated as the starter at left tackle, was the last of the Broncos' nine draft picks to sign a contract.
Clady was the 12th overall selection in the draft and the highest ranked offensive lineman drafted by the Broncos since 1983.
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