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Week 2 Outlook
Darian Stewart has signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Ian Rapoport reports.
The Pro-Bowl safety will sign with Tampa Bay after stints in St. Louis, Baltimore, and Denver. He started for the Broncos the last four seasons and racked up eight interceptions over the last three. The move provides a mentor to a young secondary.
Broncos safety Darian Stewart (neck) has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Texans.
Stewart has not played or practiced since injuring his neck in Week 7 against the Cardinals. The Broncos will also be without starting cornerback Bradley Roby due to a an ankle.
The Broncos have ruled out safety Darian Stewart (neck) for Sunday’s game against the Chiefs.
Stewart left Week 7’s Thursday night game with a neck injury and was unable to practice all week. Tackle Jared Veldheer (knee) and wide receiver DaeSean Hamilton (knee) have also been ruled out while outside linebacker Shane Ray (ankle/wrist) is considered doubtful.
Broncos safety Darian Stewart left Thursday night’s win with a neck injury. He did not return.
Stewart was injured on Arizona’s third possession while combining on a tackle of running back David Johnson. He was on the injury report this week with neck and knee injuries but did not miss time. Will Parks played in his absence.
Veteran free safety Darian Stewart was able to pick off Saints' QB Drew Brees twice in the Broncos victory over the Saints.
Stewart's first pick was a perfectly read play in which Stewart swooped in from across the field and inserted himself right in between the ball and the receiver near the goal line. The Saints turned the ball over four times in this game and yet the Broncos still only won by virtue of an incredibly improbable blocked extra point return, so it's hard to imagine the Broncos winning without Stewart's efforts. Even without star CB Aqib Talib, the Broncos' secondary continues to be the class of the league.