What exactly does Aaron Colvin bring to the table? He’s an agile CB who’s best served in the slot. He will come in behind Jalen Ramsey, Prince Amukamara and Davon House, but will definitely see plenty of playing time. He started 15 games last year and started to catch fire down the stretch. The biggest thing for Colvin’s return is depth; he was a starter last year and now will be the number 4 CB. This shows how far the Jags have come in the amount of talent they now have on their roster.
This is not like having a Patrick Peterson or Joe Haden, but it is a nice addition for the Jags. This defense is better with Colvin, and now it’s time to get him in motion and get him involved early and often.
“In my head I’m elite, so right now it’s just going out there and proving it,” said Colvin during an interview with Seth Harp on “Harp on Sports” on Sports Radio 930.
The Jags see something in Colvin. Instead of cutting him after his suspension, they stuck by him and have welcomed him back with open arms. The organization knows there is something there, now let’s see if he can make it happen in his comeback for redemption.