The Denver Broncos have struck again in free agency, this time signing long time San Diego Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer. He had spent all eleven seasons of his NFL career patrolling the secondary for the Bolts, which have now lost three of their free agents to their division rivals in the Mile High City. Along with Jammer, Shaun Phillips and Louis Vasquez also signed with Denver during the offseason.
Jammer will be the second cornerback the Broncos have signed since their upset playoff loss this past season to the eventual Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens. Jammer joins Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in a revamped Broncos secondary that remains led by Champ Bailey. The Broncos quickly turned their attention to signing Jammer after missing out on Charles Woodson, who chose to return to his original club, the Oakland Raiders after being cut by Green Bay.
Jammer figures to split time between cornerback and safety depending on the defensive package that Broncos' defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio wants on the field. Jammer has long been known for his physical style of play, and had a pick-6 against Peyton Manning last season.