"I had the privilege of working with Haloti for three years in Baltimore and the one thing that I love about him, other than the fact that he's a great football player, he's a good man, he's a good family man, he's great to work with," said Austin, the former Ravens' secondary coach. "I know the benefits that he'll bring to our team as a player and in our locker room. … We know what we expect from our defense and what we aspire to be and the goals that we want to accomplish. Haloti is going to help us get there. I'm just pleased we were able to bring him in the fold. It makes us better, it keeps us competitive."