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Reports: Broncos to meet with Stewart, Walker

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Reports from the Denver Post say the Broncos will meet with Ravens safety Darian Stewart and Chiefs defensive lineman Vance Walker.

A six-year veteran, Stewart spent his first four years on the Rams before playing for the Ravens in 2014. In Baltimore, the safety started 14 of 16 games, combining for 53 tackles (37 solo), with one tackle for loss, one interception, one forced fumble and three passes defensed.

Walker, a seven-year veteran, played for the Chiefs last year, making 19 total tackles (14 solo) with two sacks. Before that, he played for the Raiders in 2013 and for the Falcons in his first four seasons in the league. The former seventh-round pick was released by the Chiefs on March 6.

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