ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP/CBS4) — The Denver Broncos have addressed their biggest defensive need by agreeing to terms with former Washington cornerback Ronald Darby on a three-year $30 million deal that can be signed on Wednesday when the NFL’s business year begins. The seventh-year cornerback is cashing in after excelling on a one-year, $4 million contract with Washington last season.
He started all 16 regular season games and Washington’s playoff loss. He collected 55 tackles and broke up 16 passes.READ MORE: Van Stolen From Mesa County Found In Los Angeles
A second-round pick by Buffalo in 2015, Darby spent 2017-19 in Philadelphia, where he was a part-time starter on the Eagles’ Super Bowl 52 championship team.READ MORE: Charges Dropped In Grand County Bar Fight After Detectives Review Video
Darby joins Bryce Callahan and Michael Ojemudia in the Broncos’ backfield. Earlier this offseason, the Broncos jettisoned veteran cornerback A.J. Bouye after one unproductive season in Denver.MORE NEWS: A-Basin Gets The Go-Ahead For Improvements That Include Lenawee Chairlift Replacement, New Restaurant Space
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