Ronald Darby NFL

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Ronald Darby

Ronald Darby NFL

The Denver Broncos of the National Football League’s American football are noted for having cornerback Ronald Darby on their team (NFL). Darby began playing in the NFL in 2015.

Early Life

In the United States, on January 2, 1994, Darby was born and raised in Oxon Hill, Maryland. In 2011, he was named a USA Today and Sports Illustrated High School All-American for football as a student at Potomac High School. He took part in the Under Armour All-American Game in 2012. Upon graduation from high school, he attended at Florida State University where he played college football for the Florida State Seminoles. He was a member of a Florida State defense in his true freshman year that ranked first in the ACC for both points and yards surrendered.

He was named the ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2012 after compiling 18 tackles and shattering seven passes. Darby recorded four solo tackles and one pass defended in the 2013 Orange Bowl matchup with Northern Illinois. He started nine of his 14 games as a sophomore, including the 2013 BCS National Championship game, which he participated in and won. He made 14 tackles and two interceptions for the season. He started all 14 of his games as a junior in 2014, finishing with 43 tackles. He joined the 2015 NFL Draft after his junior season.


With the 50th overall choice in the 2015 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected Darby in the second round. He committed to the team in May 2015 by signing a $4.56 million, four-year rookie contract. Against the Indianapolis Colts in the Buffalo Bills’ season opener, he played in his first regular-season game as a professional, with six combined tackles and two pass deflections. The AFC Defensive Rookie of the Month for September was awarded to him. He was selected to start the 2016 regular season as the cornerback. He was traded by the Bills to the Philadelphia Eagles in August of last year.

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He began the 2018 season as the Eagles’ starting cornerback, appearing in the first nine games before tearing his ACL in Week 10. November 2018 saw the addition of him to the injured reserve list. With 43 tackles, 12 passes defended, and one interception in the regular season, he had a solid stat line. Darby committed to playing for the Eagles for another season in March 2019 by signing a one-year, $8.5 million deal. With 11 pass breakups, two interceptions, and 37 tackles for the season, he started 11 games. On April 6, 2020, he formally committed to the Washington Football Team.

He had a total of 54 tackles and 16 pass deflections in his 16 starts for Washington in 2020. He committed to the Denver Broncos in March 2021, signing a three-year, $30 million deal. In October 2021, after spending September 2021 on injured reserve, he was activated. Darby is not married and is not engaged to anyone. He is also not in a relationship with anyone and there is no information available on his previous relationships. He had no children.

Ronald Darby Net Worth

Ronald Darby is worth $5 million. This includes his assets and career earnings since he joined the National Football League.