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Broncos plan on moving Quentin Jammer to safety

According to Mike Klis of the Denver Post, the Broncos plan on using Quentin Jammer at safety. With Jammer turning 34 years-old next month, his best days are obviously behind him as a cornerback and he can still be a key player for the Broncos. Jammer shouldn’t have a hard time moving to safety.  A lot of great corners do it later on in their career’s when they simply don...

Quentin Jammer believes he can transition to safety

Quentin Jammer told DenverBroncos.com that he signed with the Broncos to try and win a championship before his career ends. “Obviously I had spent so much time in San Diego, to uproot and leave and go somewhere and uproot your family, it’s hard. It’s a difficult thing to do,” he said. “But when you’re forced to, you have decisions to make. The next decision that you have...

Broncos Agree To Terms With CB Quentin Jammer

The Denver Broncos have signed long-time San Diego Charger, CB Quentin Jammer. He had previously held out hope of re-signing with the Chargers but it never happened. At least he got to move-on with a team that has Super Bowl aspirations. Quentin has spent his entire playing career in San Diego after getting drafted in 2002 out of Texas. At one time, Jammer was one of the leagues...

Broncos sign veteran Quentin Jammer to play safety

credit: @broncos on twitter The Denver Broncos missed out on signing Charles Woodson but on Wednesday announced the signing of veteran Quentin Jammer. Jammer, 33, spent his entire career with San Diego. Last season he struggled as a cornerback and had not gained much interest as a free agent prior to signing with Denver. “Great team. Great coaches. I’m looking forward to winning...

San Diego Chargers fullback Le’Ron McClain says Manti Te’o won’t be subjected to hazing

Despite penetrating Lennay Kekua, San Diego Chargers fullback Le’Ron McClain told SiriusXM NFL Radio that Manti Te’o won’t be subjected to hazing and has shined so far in organized team activities. Taken with the 38th pick in April’s draft, the 22-year-old Te’o inked a four-year contract worth in excess of $5 million on May 10. Expected to lineup on three downs from the...

Dwight Freeney blames collusion for lack of free agent bucks

credit: getty images Dwight Freeney had a great stint in Indianapolis. The 11-year player ended his time there with 107.5 sacks. When the Colts did not offer him a contract this year he expected he would find one quickly via free agency. Freeney’s assumption was wrong. “I basically think the owners got together and decided not to spend the cash on free agents,” Freeney said...

Dwight Freeney smelled a rat during free agency

DE Dwight Freeney waded for a long time in free agency waters before landing with the San Diego Chargers after the draft, and he feels owners had something to do with that. Freeney made the visits, and made his demands of what he thought he was worth, but teams weren't willing to pay him to his liking. He thinks owners got together at the start of free agency and made a committment...

Jammer happy to plug-in Denver

Quentin Jammer says he came to Denver to win the Super Bowl.  It eluded the veteran cornerback for 11 years in San Diego, yet for him to get there he must learn a new position. Speaking to the Broncos' official website, Jammer said: "I always considered myself a football player, not really put a label on myself as a corner or a safety.  This is the game of football...

San Diego Chargers CB Josh Johnson interviewed by NFL Draft Zone

San Diego Chargers fans remember the name Josh Johnson. The Boilermaker was a consistent performer, and a solid middle-round NFL draft prospect. If your team needs help at defensive back, this is a guy your team may be looking at to bolster that position. As a senior Josh was third on the team overall with 65 tackles, and picked off 3 passes. He was a key reason Purdue was able to...

Gardner Hoping to Impress

New Dolphins wide receiver Courtney Gardner practiced for the first time with his new team on Wednesday when Miami had another OTA workout. Sporting gold dreads, Gardner talked afterward of his new opportunity, reflecting on his troubled past and looking ahead to what he hopes is a promising future.

Inside Scouting Report: Three Golden Bears

The Chargers spent two of their six draft picks on Cal players: WR Keenan Allen and CB Steve Williams. To learn more about what we can expect from this pair, we chat with CalSportsDigest.com publisher Ryan Gorcey. He serves up detailed scouting reports and even dishes on second-year safety Sean Cattouse.

Quentin Jammer: 'I can pretty much cover anybody’

Only one thing was on the mind of Quentin Jammer when he was making his rounds in free agency – winning a championship.  When the Denver Broncos offered him a contract, he didn’t hesitate. “Hands down, if you look across the league, what better place to go than Denver to have a 
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