Jaguars sign Aaron Glenn

The Jacksonville Jaguars today signed 14-year veteran cornerback Aaron Glenn and released guard Tutan Reyes. Glenn spent the last two seasons with the Dallas Cowboys before being released in final cuts on September 1.

Glenn, 35, played in all 16 games for the Cowboys last season with one start and started their postseason contest against Seattle. The 5-9, 183-pound cornerback recorded 20 tackles and one interception along with three kickoff returns for 24 yards. His interception extended his streak of 12 consecutive seasons with an interception which is tied for the NFL's longest active stretch along with Ty Law.

The 14th-year veteran has started 171 of his 196 career games after being drafted by the New York Jets with the 12th overall selection in the 1994 NFL Draft out of Texas A&M. He has tallied 635 career tackles, 40 interceptions and five interceptions returned for touchdowns. The Humble, Texas native also has 115 career kickoff returns for 2,622 yards (22.8 avg.) and one touchdown. He will wear jersey No. 23.

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