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Aaron Ross, New York Giants reportedly will reunite

Veteran cornerback Aaron Ross wasn't out of work long after the Jacksonville Jaguars released him one year into a three-year, $9.75 million contract that he signed last March.

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Ross is set to re-sign with the New York Giants, USA Today's Mike Garafolo reported Tuesday. According to the New York Daily News, the deal is contingent on Ross passing a physical.

Selected by the Giants as the 20th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, Ross is coming off a season in which he was benched twice for struggling in coverage.

Although he started 15 games for the Giants as recently as 2011, Ross likely is returning to the Big Apple in a reserve role. With Corey Webster, Prince Amukamara, Jayron Hosley and Terrell Thomas on the Giants' roster, the 30-year-old will help in subpackages.

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