Washington signs Ronald Darby

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Free agent cornerback Ronald Darby is heading to Washington.

Darby agreed to a one-year deal today, according to multiple reports.

Last year Darby started 11 games for the Eagles before he was placed on injured reserve with a hip injury.

Darby was a second-round pick of the Bills in 2015 who played two years in Buffalo before he was traded to Philadelphia.

The 26-year-old Darby grew up in Oxon Hill, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, and will now play for his hometown team.

Darby was No. 77 on our list of the Top 100 free agents.

11 responses to “Washington signs Ronald Darby

  1. He’s not terrible, but you’ll get really tired of him ending up being out of position and giving the other team big plays.

  2. While I will always have fondness in my heart for any player who helped deliver the Super Bowl LII championship to my beloved Eagles, the sad reality is that Darby is a poor player.
    In addition to his frequent injuries, he is an unwilling tackler and prone to getting beat at the most inopportune times.

    The Washington football team continues their tradition of poor signings. This makes me happy.

    That is all.

  3. He really fast and he got that way because he’s always out of position and trying to make up ground

  4. Another uninspiring signing by new GM Ron Rivera. Rivera is a pretty good coach, but as a GM he’s going to get exposed.

  5. Thanks for your contribution to the SB!! Good luck being so close to home. Looking forward to seeing you…twice. DJAX is too!

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