Meet CB Ron Brooks, a former Buffalo Bill who just agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Eagles...
The Philadelphia Eagles have agreed to terms with CB Ron Brooks on a three-year contract.
Brooks, 27, was originally drafted by the Bills in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft. In four seasons in Buffalo, he compiled 41 tackles and five passes defensed in 41 games (three starts).
A key contributor on special teams, Brooks (5-10, 190) finished second on the team in 2014 with a career-best 10 special teams tackles. He missed two games in 2015 with a concussion before being placed on Injured Reserve during the final week of the season.
Brooks was a four-year standout at LSU (2008-11) where he played in all 53 games and finished with 90 tackles, 5.5 sacks and three interceptions – two of which were returned for touchdowns.
A native of Irving, TX, Brooks earned District 7-5A MVP honors as a senior at MacArthur High School. His father, Anthony, played college football at Texas A&M Commerce and spent time on the Chicago Bears active roster in 1993.