Quentin Jammer is feeling a bit rejuvenated since signing with the Denver Broncos earlier this week. Jammer was talking to reporters about his versatility, and after comparing himself to Charles Woodson, Jammer told USA Today that he can cover anybody in the NFL.
“I think it’s becoming more popular, a guy who can move to multiple positions. I think one of the guys who made that transition, who brought it along, was Rod Woodson. Then Charles Woodson had great success with it,” Jammer said. “I think I’m that type of player, where I can come in. I can cover tight ends, I can cover wide receivers. I can pretty much cover anybody on the field. I’ve been doing it for 11 years. Why stop now?”
It will be interesting to see how they use Jammer as a safety, who has the versatility to cover anybody from a wide receiver to a tight end.