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- Enters his ninth NFL season and his first in Chicago in 2020
- Tallied 446 total tackles (324 solo), 23 interceptions, 47 passes defensed, 13 tackles for loss, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in 113 career games played with 104 starts
- Has three career interception returns for touchdowns
- Is one of seven players to record at least 400 total tackles and 20 interceptions since entering the NFL in 2012, joining Janoris Jenkins, Reggie Nelson, Earl Thomas III, Glover Quin, Harrison Smith and Richard Sherman
- Owns the most interceptions by an undrafted free agent since entering the NFL in 2012 (23)
- Ranked first in the AFC and second in the NFL with six interceptions in 2014
- Tied for first the AFC with five interceptions in 2013
- 2014: Pro Bowl selection
2019 SEASON (Houston):
- Played and started in 14 games with the Texans, racking up 51 total tackles (37 solo), two tackles for loss, three quarterback hits, three interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and eight passes defensed
- Missed the postseason due to injury
- Posted five solo tackles and one quarterback hit vs. Jacksonville (9/15); eclipsed 400 career tackles, becoming one of only five players since 2012 to record at least 400 tackles and 20 interceptions (Earl Thomas, Glover Quin, Harrison Smith and Reggie Nelson)
- Notched his first tackle for loss and pass defensed of the season in the Week 3 victory over the L.A. Chargers (9/22), finishing the game with four total tackles (two solo), one tackle for loss and two passes defensed
- Notched his first interception of the season vs. Atlanta (10/6), picking off Falcons QB Matt Ryan and returning it 79 yards for a touchdown, the longest interception return of his career
- Tied for the team lead with five total tackles (three solo) and notched an interception for the second-consecutive week at Kansas City (10/13), the first time he has recorded an interception in back-to-back games since Weeks 8-9 of 2014
- Finished with three total tackles (one solo) and one pass defensed in the win over Indianapolis (11/21)
- Logged six total tackles (five solo), one tackle for loss and one pass defensed vs. New England (12/1)
- Finished with two total tackles (two solo), two passes defensed, one quarterback hit and notched his 23rd career interception vs. Denver (12/8), picking off Broncos QB Drew Lock at the Texans' three-yard line and returning it 26 yards
2018 SEASON (Jacksonville):
- Recorded 54 total tackles (44 solo), one interception, seven passes defensed, one tackle for loss and one quarterback hit after starting all 16 games
- Matched a season high with six solo tackles and one pass defensed vs. Tennessee (9/23)
- Tallied two solo tackles, a season-high two passes defensed and intercepted Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes at Kansas City (10/7)
- Notched a season-high seven total tackles (six solo) vs. Philadelphia (10/28)
- Registered four total tackles (two solo) and one tackle for loss at Tennessee (12/9)
- Led the AFC in interceptions in back-to-back seasons (2013-14)
2017 SEASON (Jacksonville):
- Tallied 64 total tackles (53 solo), four interceptions, seven passes defensed, four tackles for loss and one fumble recovery in 16 games played
- Part of a Jaguars secondary that ranked first in the NFL in pass defensed
- Notched six total tackles (four solo), two passes defensed and one interception at Houston (9/10)
- Set a season high with seven solo tackles and one pass defensed at the N.Y. Jets (10/1)
- Matched a career high with two interceptions of Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger and six total tackles (five solo) and two passes defensed in a win at Pittsburgh (10/8)
- Registered four total tackles (two solo), one interception and one pass defensed vs. Indianapolis (12/3)
- Recorded five total tackles (four solo) and two tackles for loss at Tennessee (12/31)
- Compiled five solo stops in his NFL postseason debut in the Wild Card Round vs. Buffalo (1/7/18)
2016 SEASON (Jacksonville):
- Registered 41 total tackles (34 solo), two passes defensed and one interception in 16 games played
- Made his Jaguars debut and notched three solo tackles vs. Green Bay (9/11)
- Recorded three solo tackles and one interception vs. Baltimore (9/25)
- Set a season high with six total tackles (four solo) at Indianapolis (1/1/17)
2015 SEASON (Cleveland):
- Recorded 60 total tackles (42 solo), two interceptions, two tackles for loss and two passes defensed in 13 games played
- Tallied five total tackles (three solo) and one interception at the N.Y. Jets (9/13)
- Registered a team-high eight total tackles (five solo) vs. Tennessee (9/20)
- Notched one solo tackle, one interception and one pass defensed vs. Arizona (11/1)
- Amassed six total tackles (four solo) and one tackle for loss vs. Cincinnati (12/6)
- Compiled a season-high nine total tackles (five solo) at Seattle (12/20)
2014 SEASON (Cleveland):
- Selected to first-career Pro Bowl after tallying 52 total tackles (28 solo), a career-high six interceptions, eight passes defensed, two tackles for loss and one forced fumble
- Finished second in the NFL with six interceptions despite missing the final five games of the season
- Registered eight total tackles (three solo), and one interception which he returned for a touchdown in a win vs. New Orleans (9/14)
- Recorded five total tackles (three solo) and one interception vs. Baltimore (9/21)
- Matched a career high with two interceptions at Jacksonville (10/19)
- Notched two solo tackles, one tackle for loss and one interception vs. Oakland (10/26)
- Tallied five total tackles (three solo) and one interception vs. Tampa Bay (11/2) becoming one of six players to record an interception in three consecutive games in 2014
- Recorded three total tackles (one solo), one pass defensed and one forced fumble at Cincinnati (11/6)
- Placed on the Reserve/Injured list on Dec. 20, 2014
2013 SEASON (Cleveland):
- Finished with a career-high 95 total tackles (63 solo), five interceptions, a career-high 12 passes defensed and two tackles for loss
- Recorded three solo tackles and one interception vs. Miami (9/8)
- Matched a season high with nine total tackles (four solo) at Baltimore (9/15)
- Tallied six total tackles (three solo) and a career-high three passes defensed vs. Cincinnati (9/29)
- Notched seven total tackles (four solo) and one interception vs. Detroit (10/13)
- Registered nine total tackles (seven solo) and one pass defensed at Green Bay (10/20)
- Set a career high with nine solo tackles at Kansas City (10/27)
- Recorded eight total tackles (five solo), and matched a career high with two interceptions, including one returned 44 yards for a touchdown vs. Chicago (12/15)
- Finished with six total tackles (three solo) and one interception at Pittsburgh (12/29)
2012 SEASON (Cleveland):
- Recorded 29 total tackles (23 solo), one interception, one pass defensed and four total special teams tackles in 10 games played as a rookie
- Made his NFL debut and recorded one special teams tackle vs. Philadelphia (9/9)
- Registered four total tackles (three solo) and a career-high two special teams tackles vs. Buffalo (9/23)
- Tallied a season-high eight total tackles (seven solo) at Oakland (12/2)
- Notched two total tackles (one solo) and his first-career interception vs. Kansas City (12/9)
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