Former Houston Texans defensive back Kareem Jackson intends to sign a three-year, $33 million agreement with the Denver Broncos that includes $23 million ensured, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Word of an agreement was first reported by 9 News in Denver.

Jackson, 30, is coming off the finest season of his nine-year NFL career, all spent the Texans, after being selected in the first round (20th overall) of this 2010 draft.

In 2018, Jackson needed a career-high 87 tackles, along with two interceptions, a sack, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery. According to Pro Football Focus, Jackson rated fourth in the NFL one of cornerbacks at 2018.

Before last season, the Texans moved Jackson from cornerback — at which he had played his first eight NFL seasons — into safety. While Jackson excelled in his brand new position early in the season, he wound up time for corner back due to injuries in the secondary.

Jackson said after the summer that he would”definitely want to be back” and possibly finish his career with the Texans.

Because of his career, Jackson, who’s launched 124 regular-season games and eight playoff games, has 559 tackles, 16 interception, two sacks, five forced fumbles and 3 recoveries.

ESPN’s Sarah Barshop contributed to the report.