Broncos vs. Giants 2013 injury report: Denver offensive tackle Ryan Clady hurt his left foot

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Ryan Clady was forced to miss a portion of the clash between the Broncos and Giants in Week 2 due to a foot injury.

Manning Bowl III in the Meadowlands featured a 41-23 road win by the Broncos over the Giants. While Denver came out on top, they suffered some big blows to their starting line up on Sunday because of injuries. The Giants were also unable to avoid injuries to a pair of their starters as well in the Week 2 matchup.

The Giants start the season 0-2, but perhaps an even bigger loss would be wide receiver Hakeem NicksAccording to Conor Orr of, Nicks and starting tight end Brandon Myers received X-Rays following the Week 2 loss to the Broncos. Myers suffered an injury to his ribs while Nicks injured a finger, that caused "severe pain." Both Myers' and Nicks' conditions will likely be updated on Monday.

The Broncos suffered injuries on both sides of the ball during Sunday's win. According to Jon Heath of the Mile High Report, starting offensive tackle Ryan Clady injured his left foot during the game against the Giants. Starting safety Duke Ihenacho (ankle) and starting defensive end Robert Ayers (unknown) also suffered injuries, per Heath. All three players' conditions should be updated on Monday.

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