The Atlanta Falcons added to their secondary on Monday.
According to ESPN's Vaughn McClure, the Falcons have signed cornerback Darqueze Dennard to a deal, but the details currently aren't available.
Dennard originally agreed to a three-year, $13.5 million deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but both sides couldn't agree on terms.
The 28-year-old was one of the Cincinnati Bengals' best defensive backs last season, leading the team in catch rate allowed below expectation: 16 completions on 36 targets.
In 77 career games, Dennard has three interceptions, 22 passes defended, two forced fumbles, three sacks and 274 tackles.
He joins a Falcons team who is loaded with first-round talent for the 2020 campaign. When they added Todd Gurley in March, Atlanta was projected to have 10 former first-round picks in their offense.
After going 7-9 in 2019, the Falcons have the opportunity to do something special this season, though they'll have to get through the likes of Tom Brady and Drew Brees in order to do so.