A day after running back Lance Ball signed his restricted free-agent tender, tackle Chris Clark did the same on Wednesday.
Clark will enter his fourth NFL season in 2013. The offensive lineman appeared in all 16 regular-season games in each of the past two years with the Broncos, along with all three postseason contests during that span. He is one of six Broncos that have accomplished that feat.
Last year he did not allow a sack or commit a penalty. For Clark’s career, he has committed just two penalties and given up one sack in 40 regular-season and three postseason games.
Clark joined the Broncos via waivers from Minnesota on Sept. 5, 2010 after spending the 2008 and 2009 seasons on the Vikings’ practice squad. He entered the NFL as a college free agent with Tampa Bay in 2008.
Clark started every game during his final three seasons at the University of Southern Mississippi and earned All-Conference USA honors following his junior and senior seasons. An all-district honoree at guard for McDonogh 35 High School in New Orleans, Clark also won district and regional shot put and discus titles as a senior.
Tags: Chris Clark