Jaguars agree to terms with CB Carroll

JACKSONVILLE, Florida (Ticker) - A week after being released by the Green Bay Packers, cornerback Ahmad Carroll has hooked up with another team.

The Jacksonville Jaguars on Tuesday agreed to terms with Carroll on a one-year contract.

Carroll, a first-round pick in 2004, was cut by the Packers last Tuesday. The previous night, he was beaten for a 45-yard touchdown by Greg Lewis and also was called for pass interference and a defensive holding penalty, setting up two more touchdowns, in a 31-9 loss at Philadelphia.

Selected 25th overall in 2004 out of Arkansas, Carroll played in 34 games with 28 starts for the Packers, recording three interceptions, three sacks and 104 tackles. He also returned 21 kickoffs for 421 yards with a long of 57 and returned one fumble for a touchdown.

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Updated Tuesday, Oct 10, 2006