Former LSU defensive back Ron Brooks, who played for the Tigers from 2007-2011, has signed a three-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles worth worth $6 million.

Brooks, who was a dual-threat quarterback out of MacArthur High School in Irving, TX, signed with LSU over Arkansas, Texas Tech and Texas A&M.

He appeared in 53 games for the Tigers, playing behind many LSU great players like Patrick Peterson, Morris Claiborne, and Tyrann Mathieu and was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the 4th round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
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What an awesome and inspirational story while at LSU during his last year. He is the epitome of the expression "next man up"
Reply67 months
Congrats Ron. Now it's time for the Honey Badger to get paid!
Reply67 months
Ron Brooks still gettin it. Good
Reply67 months
Good for you man.
Reply67 months
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