Ronald Darby Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Bio, NFL Career

Ronald Darby is an American football player who plays in the National Football League (NFL) for the Philadelphia Eagles. The cornerback joined the Philadelphia-based football franchise on August 11, 2017 in a trade that saw his previous team, the Buffalo Bills, trade him for wide receiver Jordan Matthew in a conditional 2019 seventh-round pick. .

Although he loves American football, Darby is also a sprinter. He even won medals at the 2011 World Junior Athletics Championships. Let’s share with you everything you would want to know about National Football League running back Ronald Darby.

Ronald Darby Biography

Darby was born on January 2  1994, to his father Ronald Darby Sr in Oxon Hill, a suburb of Washington, D.C. Maryland, USA, he also began fulfilling his dream of becoming a professional American football player.

Darby went to Potomac High School where he joined the school’s team, the Wolverines, played in different positions such as defense, offense and special teams. He eventually found his roots in defense and then joined the Wolverines secondary. At such a young age, he was already experiencing success as he was tagged as a Sports Illustrated High School All-American in 2011 and was a USA Today.

In 2012, Darby featured in the UnderArmour All-American Game series and when playing as a junior he had three interceptions and defended 8 missed passes. The more he played with his high school team, the more popular he became. He earned recognition from as a four-star rookie and ranked 2nd among corners in his class just after running a 40-yard rush in 4.37 seconds.

Darby’s college football career was no less difficult. Success. He joined Florida State in 2012, he became an integral part of the defense and recorded 18 tackles with seven assists. The season ended with the honors he earned as an ACC Freshman Defensive and Freshman All-American. Darby won the 2013 BCS National Championship game as the No. 2 student, after 14 games with 9 starts, 14 tackles and 2 interceptions. After finishing his junior season in 2014 with 43 tackles in 14 games, Ronald Darby made his way to the National Football League.

Darby’s NFL Career

Ronald Darby joined the NFL draft in 2015 and at that time he was only twenty years old. Coming out of Florida State, he was named the second-best cornerback, just behind PJ Williams, who now plays for the NFL’s New Orleans Saint. Darby was also ranked seventh by

Darby’s first professional career was with the Buffalo Bills located in the metropolis of Buffalo – Niagara Falls. He was selected by the professional team in the 2nd round (50th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. His first contract was signed on May 19, 2015. It was a four-year contract worth of $4.56 million, with a signing bonus of $1.58 million and a guarantee of $2.17 million. Darby made his season debut against the Indianapolis Colts and recorded 2 pass deflections, 6 combined tackles and a tackle, which helped his team win 27–14 over the Colts. He finished his rookie season with 21 deflections, 68 combined tackles, 2 interceptions in 15 games with 15 starts. That season, he was named AFC Defensive Rookie of the Month for September and Pro Football Focus Defensive Rookie of the Year. His 2016 season ended with 12 deflections in 14 games, 69 fights and 12 starts, having faced teams like the Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins, Jacksonville Jaguars and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Darby next played with the Philadelphia Eagles on August 11, 2017, after the Bills traded him for wide receiver Jordan Matthews in the 2018 NFL Third Round Pick and, sadly, he was sidelined for about six weeks after his retirement. being dislocated in the second quarter of his first game.

Darby returned in Week 11, in a game against the Dallas Cowboys and made his first interception for the Eagles. His first season ended with 9 passes defended, 3 interceptions and 34 tackles. When the Eagles reached Super Bowl LII, which would determine the NFL champion for the 2017 season, Darby had 2 assists and 4 tackles in a game against the New England Patriots.

Height, weight, measurements

Wearing the number 21 Philadelphia Eagles shirt, the NFL cornerback, who hails from Maryland, is 5ft 11in (1.80m) tall and weighs 193lbs (88kg).

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