31 Facts About Aaron Colvin


Aaron Colvin was born on October 2,1991 and is a former American football cornerback.


Aaron Colvin played college football at Oklahoma and was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fourth round of the 2014 NFL Draft.


Aaron Colvin recorded 72 tackles, two interceptions while breaking up 10 passes and scoring five touchdowns in 2009.


Aaron Colvin was recognized as first-team All-State by both the Tulsa World and The Oklahoman in 2009, and was the district 6A-4 defensive player of the year.


Aaron Colvin committed to Oklahoma over offers from Oklahoma State, Missouri and Tulsa.


Aaron Colvin amassed 21 tackles, three for loss, three pass breakups and one forced fumble.


Aaron Colvin started all 13 games, and finished tied for second in the Big 12 with four interceptions.


Aaron Colvin recorded 61 tackles, including 2.5 for loss, and eleven pass breakups while earning first-team All-Big 12 honors.


Aaron Colvin ended his career earning a first-team All-Big 12 selection.


On December 16,2013, it was announced that Aaron Colvin had accepted his invitation to play in the 2014 Senior Bowl.


On January 21,2014, it was reported that Aaron Colvin had torn his ACL in his right knee during a Senior Bowl practice.


The pick that was used to select Aaron Colvin was acquired in a trade that sent Eugene Monroe to the Baltimore Ravens.


Aaron Colvin began the season behind starting cornerbacks Dwayne Gratz and Demetrius McCray.


Aaron Colvin recovered a fumble after the ball was fumbled by Giants' tight end Larry Donnell after it was jarred loose by Dwayne Gratz during the fourth quarter.


Aaron Colvin finished his rookie season in 2014 with 27 combined tackles, two pass deflections, one fumble recovery, and one touchdown in six games and one start.


Aaron Colvin finished the 2017 NFL season with a career-high 73 combined tackles, seven pass deflections, four sacks, and one forced fumble in 16 games and 15 starts.


Aaron Colvin entered training camp as a backup cornerback after the Jaguars signed free agent cornerback Prince Amukamara and drafted cornerback Jalen Ramsey in the first round during the 2016 NFL Draft.


Aaron Colvin began Week 6 listed behind Davon House, Jalen Ramsey, and Prince Amukamara.


On December 23,2016, the Jacksonville Jaguars placed Aaron Colvin on injured reserve due to an ankle injury.


Aaron Colvin finished the 2016 NFL season with 22 combined tackles and one pass deflection in ten games and four starts.


Aaron Colvin entered training camp slated as the third cornerback on the depth chart.


Aaron Colvin played in all 16 games with five starts, recording 45 combined tackles and five passes defensed.


Aaron Colvin was one of two cornerbacks not to allow any touchdowns during the season.


Aaron Colvin played 672 defensive snaps and received an overall grade of 80.0 from Pro Football Focus.


Aaron Colvin intercepted a pass by Bills' quarterback Tyrod Taylor, that was originally intended for tight end Logan Thomas and was deflected by Jaguars' linebacker Myles Jack during the second quarter.


Aaron Colvin entered training camp slated as the first-team nickelback and third cornerback on the depth chart.


On September 11,2018, Aaron Colvin became a starting cornerback after Kevin Johnson was placed on injured reserve.


Aaron Colvin was inactive for three games due to an ankle injury.


On September 10,2019, Aaron Colvin was released by the Texans after giving up a catch on Monday Night Football to Ted Ginn Jr.


On September 13,2019, Aaron Colvin signed a one-year contract with the Washington Redskins.


Aaron Colvin was released during final roster cuts on September 5,2020, and signed to the practice squad the next day.