Aaron Colvin

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Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 193
Born:
College: Oklahoma
Birth Place: Tulsa, Oklahoma
Draft: 2014 4th round (14th pick) by the
  • USA Today

    Jaguars place CBs Ramsey, Colvin on active/PUP list

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — The Jacksonville Jaguars could be down two cornerbacks, including starter Jalen Ramsey, when they open training camp Thursday. The team placed Ramsey (core muscle) and nickel cornerback Aaron Colvin (foot) on the physically unable to perform list Saturday. Both players reported to the facility with injuries Friday. Ramsey was one of the team's bright spots last year, starting every game as a rookie and finishing with 65 tackles. He led all rookies with 14 passes defensed and emerged as a lock-down cornerback early in the season. Colvin was suspended the first four games of 2016 for violating NFL rules regarding performance enhancers. He finished the year on injured reserve

  • 8 NFL Fantasy Busts That Could Ruin Your 2017 Team and Hopes of Winning Your League
    Newsweek

    8 NFL Fantasy Busts That Could Ruin Your 2017 Team and Hopes of Winning Your League

    The term "bust" is one no NFL player, or any athlete for that matter, wants associated with their name. There are contract situations, shifting personnel, age and wear and tear and coaching switch-ups, each of which, either working together or separately, can fully or partially derail a player’s season.

  • Michael Lewis ranks Titans fan base 30th in the NFL
    Titans Wire5 hours ago

    Michael Lewis ranks Titans fan base 30th in the NFL

    The Titans fan base ranked No. 30 in the NFL in a Sports Analytics Research report done by Dr. Michael Lewis. Their AFC South rival Jacksonville Jaguars are just ahead of them at No. 29. Overall, Lewis based his research around just how much money fans were willing to pour into a team, and how willing they were to follow them. The Titans fan base did poorly in those areas according to Lewis’ number-crunching. Lewis used three main criteria in the report. They were: fan equity, social equity and road equity. The Titans ranked 23, 28 and 31 in those categories respectively. The “fan equity” metric focused on revenue generated by the team and fans’ willingness to blow money on their franchise. The