CB - FA
Week 7 Outlook
Former Atlanta Falcons CB Darqueze Dennard has reportedly signed a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals, per Adam Schefter.
Dennard started six games for the Falcons in 2020, totaling 36 tackles, five pass deflections, and an interception. The veteran enters his eighth season and joins his third team with the opportunity to start and beef up a thin Cardinals' secondary. Dennard will look to fill the massive void left by former All-Pro CB Patrick Peterson, who signed with the Minnesota Vikings in free agency.
The Falcons placed CB Darqueze Dennard (hamstring) on the injured reserve Tuesday.
Dennard sustained a hamstring injury Week 3 and was placed on the injured reserve Tuesday. He will be eligible to return Week 7. Dennard was all over the field when healthy, racking up 16 tackles and one interception across three games this season.
Former Bengals CB Darqueze Dennard has agreed to terms with the Atlanta Falcons.
The veteran corner had originally signed with the Jaguars earlier this offseason, but the two sides couldn’t come to an agreement on final terms. The former 2014 first-round pick will join just his second team in the NFL after spending six seasons in Cincinnati. Nice boost for Atlanta’s secondary this late in the offseason heading into training camp.
CB Darqueze Dennard and the Jaguars were unable to come to an agreement on final terms on original three-year, $13.5M deal, making him a free agent once again.
Dennard is back on the open market after his representation and the Jaguars couldn’t come to final terms on the contract. After spending six seasons in Cincinnati, Dennard finds himself as a free agent once again. The Jaguars were in desperate need of a corner after trading away both Jalen Ramsey and A.J. Bouye in the last six months, but it looks like Dennard will not being filling in that hole for Jacksonville this season.
Former Cincinnati CB Darqueze Dennard agrees to a one-year deal with the Jaguars.
The former 2014 first-round pick out of Michigan State has played all six seasons in the NFL with Cincinnati, but he’ll be moving on to Jacksonville to bolster up their secondary in 2020.