DENVER (CBS4) — It appears the No Fly Zone is losing another member. In a post on Instagram Wednesday, safety Darian Stewart indicated his tenure with the Broncos is over.
Stewart posted, “It’s time for me to move on and I’m looking forward to the next chapter. I still got a whole lotta left in me so I’ll see y’all real soon.” This means Chris Harris Jr. and Bradley Roby are the lone remaining members of the team’s secondary during Super Bowl 50.READ MORE: FAA Investigates Mid-Air Collision Between 2 Small Planes Above Cherry Creek Reservoir South Of Denver
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Broncos country thank you all for the love you showed me and my family these past 4 years. But it’s time for me to move on and I’m looking forward to the next chapter. I still got a whole lotta 🏈 left in me so I’ll see y’all real soon.READ MORE: 'Level Clear' Loosens COVID Restrictions, Colorado Business Owners Excited
Stewart spent four years with the team and never started less than 13 games in a season. Since joining the Broncos, he’s intercepted nine passes, the same amount has Chris Harris Jr. during that same time frame, and recovered four fumbles. So — as of right now — Justin Simmons and Will Parks are the team’s most notable safeties.
However, the Broncos could always pick up another safety in free agency which officially begins on March 13.