Aaron Ross, an unrestricted free agent cornerback for the New York Giants, says he would like to return to New York next season (via NJ.com). Ross is one of six unrestricted defensive backs for the Giants.
Ross spoke about his desire to return to the Giants at an event earlier today.
"Of course, of course," Ross told the Star-Ledger after a MAB Celebrity Services appearance in Franklin Lakes today. "I've been here five years so that's like asking me if I want to go back to (Texas). I invested four years there and five years here so my heart is here."
"It's up to them," Ross said. "It's completely up to them if they want to bring me back or not. I don't get into it too much. I don't worry about it. My agent, he'll take care of it."
Ross started 15 regular season games during the 2011 season and recorded 60 tackles (46 solo) and had four interceptions. Ross also started every postseason game for the Giants last season.
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