The first day of 2019 free agency's legal tampering period has seen plenty of deals go down, but the people that have to be happiest so far are the players in the secondary. Players like Tyrann MathieuLandon CollinsKenny Vaccaro, and more have gotten paid throughout the day, and everyone is seemingly getting a bit more money than was initially expected.

The latest defensive back to get paid is former Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson, who is headed to the Denver Broncos on a three-year, $33 million contract, per several reports.  

Jackson's departure was the second major loss of the day for the Texans defense, as they also saw Tyrann Mathieu leave for a huge payday from the Kansas City Chiefs. They had previously cut ties with former first-round pick Kevin Johnson, who signed with the Bills, so they will need to do some remodeling in the secondary themselves.  

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