Broncos, Darian Stewart agree to four-year extension

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The Broncos and safety Darian Stewart have agreed to a four-year contract extension.

According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the deal will pay Stewart at least $7 million per year. Before the new deal, Stewart was playing on a contract that paid him $2.5 million this year.

Stewart has had a good year this season and had perhaps his best game in his most recent game, intercepting Drew Brees twice and recovering a fumble in a win over the Saints.

Initially an undrafted free agent with the Rams, Stewart played four years in St. Louis and one in Baltimore before signing with Denver last year.

16 responses to “Broncos, Darian Stewart agree to four-year extension

  1. pamperpro says:
    Nov 26, 2016 5:17 PM
    It’s easy when you circumvent the salary cap. Right elway?
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    Salary cap?!!! HAHAHAHA!!!! Our starting qb is making $525,000 we have plenty of room to sign all of our great defensive players!

  2. First it was Denver is going to cap hell any day now.

    Then it was Elway’s hubris has finally caught up to Denver, and the Broncos are going to be horrible starting as soon as tomorrow. You know, dominant receiving TEs and interior pass rashers don’t grow on trees, blah, blah, blah.

    Now it just the Broncos cheat. ‘Nuff said.

    My gosh, what a glorious time to be a Broncos fan!!!!

  3. Funny how everybody bashes the Broncos over their salary cap crimes when the Cowboys & Redskins (lost cap money/space) and the Saints & Raiders (lower salary cap) all got punished in 2012 for their “negotiations” during the “uncapped” year in 2010. Also the 49ers got caught in 2000 for their contracts during the 90’s. The Steelers got caught in 2000 over pay to a retired player.

  4. corky2141 says:
    Nov 26, 2016 8:10 PM
    Funny how everybody bashes the Broncos over their salary cap crimes when the Cowboys & Redskins (lost cap money/space) and the Saints & Raiders (lower salary cap) all got punished in 2012 for their “negotiations” during the “uncapped” year in 2010. Also the 49ers got caught in 2000 for their contracts during the 90’s. The Steelers got caught in 2000 over pay to a retired player.

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    it’s just salty people being salty

    I put their comments on my french fries and eat them up with glee

  5. pamperpro says:
    Nov 26, 2016 5:17 PM
    It’s easy when you circumvent the salary cap. Right elway?
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    We can’t really take a poster seriously whose username includes a diaper brand name. If you are a “pamperpro” does that mean you drop a deuce in the most professional manner possible? You must be so proud.

  6. thats right elway. keep locking in these average journey men types to multi million dollar contracts. the dude is average at best, just like much of the donkey team.
    you are a 3rd place team that wont even make the playoffs.

  7. And here I thought you all said Elway blew it by not paying Brock 17mil and now they are done. Seems like he was right again now that Brock is the Texans 17mil dollar nightmare and Trevor is our 550k and Lynch has a rookie contract with 6th year option. Now he will address the O-Line next year and start putting that back 2gether. He’s only been one of the best GMs/VPs in football since he started. I understand your jealousy. Maybe if you focused you attention to your teams and not focus on Denver then maybe your teams would not be trying to leave you

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