Mike Klis, 9NEWS Broncos Insider 9:06 p.m. MST December 3, 2015DENVER, CO – NOVEMBER 29: Tight end Rob Gronkowski #87 of the New England Patriots carries the ball against free safety Darian Stewart #26 of the Denver Broncos, strong safety David Bruton #30 of the Denver Broncos, and cornerback Chris Harris #25 of the Denver Broncos in the third quarter at Sports Authority Field at Mile High on November 29, 2015 in Denver, Colorado(Photo: Getty Images)ENGLEWOOD—Darian Stewart didn’t go low on Rob Gronkowski because NFL rules forbid defenders from tackling high.Stewart went low on Gronkowski because it was the only way the Denver Broncos’ free safety could bring down the New England Patriots’ mighty tight end.”You saw what happened when I tried to go at his chest on that first drive,” Stewart said.Gronkowski brushed off Stewart and ran in to complete a 23-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tom Brady.”After that I changed my approach,” Stewart said. “I didn’t want him to get hurt. But the man has to go down.”Stewart went low on Gronkowski twice in the Broncos’ 30-24 overtime victory Sunday night and got him down each time. The second time, on an incomplete pass with 2:49 remaining in regulation, Stewart dove across Gronkowski’s legs and clipped his right kneecap. Gronkowski was carted off the field, but the injury is not as serious as it appeared.”I’m getting beat up,” Stewart said. “Patriot Nation is letting me have it. On Twitter. On Instagram. To them I’m labeled as a dirty player. Even though it was a clean play. All I can do is laugh because those Patriot fans are passionate.”Gronkowski may not play this Sunday night against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he will play again this season.”I hope he’s not hurt and I hope he’s back out there playing when we see them again,” Stewart said, referring to the AFC playoffs. “We know we’re going to see them again.”Ware could miss fifth gameBroncos’ veteran pass-rushing linebacker DeMarcus Ware is back practicing this week, but only on a limited basis. There have been indications Ware and the Broncos will be cautious for another week because of his lower back injury.Ware has missed four games because of the back, including the past three.Perhaps the football gods are catching up with Ware. He started his career by not missing a game in his first 8 ½ seasons, a streak of 134 … – Click Here To Visit Article Source