Why didn’t the Broncos make a run at Dallas Clark? Here’s your answer.

We've known this for several weeks now, but did not pass it along to our readers because we thought there was still a small chance the Broncos might sign Dallas Clark.  As it turns out, Albert Breer was probably right.  Jason Cole confirmed that Clark is likely done playing (at least for the year) at age 33:

The word on the street is that Clark, who was such a dynamic force in his prime with Indianapolis, is done. Maybe a good offseason of rest will help. Getting a tight end who knows how to work the middle is a valuable commodity.

There was speculation that Clark would be joining Manning in Denver. Now we know why the Broncos didn't make it happen: Clark is simply too battered and bruised from years of taking punishing hits.  

If you doubt it, check out the clip below the jump and fast forward to 0:43 where John Lynch gives Clark a love tap.

After watching Lynch's hit on Clark, my recommendation to Dallas is that he join one of the concussion lawsuits immediately.

I’m glad we had this talk.  Now, vaya con Dios, Brah.

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