University of South Carolina Alumni, Darian Stewart, Retires After 10 years in the National Football League
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Dec. 10, 2020 - PRLog -- National Football Player, Darian Stewart, retires from the NFL after 10 years. The Super Bowl 50 Champion, played with the Saint Louis Rams, the Baltimore Ravens, the Denver Broncos, and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Darian Stewart, who grew up in Huntsville, AL, went onto play at the University of South Carolina, where he also earned his degree in Business Management. The Gamecock Alumni went onto play in the NFL, signing with the Saint Louis Rams in 2010, where he played until 2013. Stewart then signed with the Baltimore Ravens, in 2014, where he reunited with his Coach from the Rams, Coach Steve Spagnuolo. In 2015, Stewart signed with the Denver Broncos, where he earned his greatest accolades. He was a catalyst player to the infamous "No Fly Zone" group of five. Stewart played with the Broncos until 2019, where he became a Pro-Bowler, along with earning a Super Bowl 50 ring. In 2019, Stewart signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he was a staple veteran in the locker room.
Stewart expects to spend his retirement with his family, giving back to the community, on the golf course, and exploring the "next step". "I can envision myself in the University of South Carolina football locker room and campus again. I've always had an interest in being an imperative piece in the development of student athletes' lives on and off the field. I'm looking forward to being more hands on with my foundation (The Stewart Standouts Foundation), as we are launching a few exciting things in 2021," Stewart says while smiling.
Keep up to date with Darian on Instagram, @bamabred24, along with staying in the know with his philanthropic causes, at www.StewartStandouts.org.