Boyd has joined the Broncos on a three-year deal.
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The Brisbane Broncos have announced the signing of Darius Boyd on a three-year deal.
Boyd made his NRL debut with the Broncos in 2006, winning two premiership during his first stint at the club.
The back was expected to follow veteran coach Wayne Bennett back to Brisbane from the Newcastle Knights when the six-time premiership-winning coach announced he would return to the Broncos.
Broncos chief executive Paul White said the club was ecstatic to have finalised the deal for the 27-year-old.
“We are excited to have finalised this agreement with Darius,” said White.
“He began as a Bronco and has now played for his State and country and won premierships.
“He comes back to us now as one of the elite players of the competition.
“At age 27 he is at the top of the game and will bring us a point of difference with the skills he possesses.
“Those skills will add to what is already an exciting and emerging array of backline talent at our club.
“We look forward to welcoming him to the club and supporting him in his development both on and off the field.”