Jaguars sign ex-Giants cornerback Aaron Ross to 3-year deal
Aaron Ross is heading to Jacksonville.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Jaguars have reached an agreement with Ross, a free agent cornerback, on a 3-year deal worth up to $ 15.3 million.
The 29-year-old Ross has played his complete five-year career with the Giants, who took him in the very first round of the 2007 NFL draft. That consists of playing all 16 games for final year’s Super Bowl winners, with a profession-high 4 interceptions, and also starting all 4 postseason games.
Staying healthy for every single game last year was crucial for Ross. Even though he has played in either 15 or 16 games in 4 of his five seasons, he had struggled by means of foot and hamstring injuries and had been viewed as injury prone prior to final season.
The Giants believe that with Terrell Thomas coming back wholesome, they’ll be better at cornerback subsequent year, even with out Ross. And the Jaguars believe that with Ross, they’ll be better at cornerback, as well.
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