Dec 30, 2012; San Diego, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater (80) makes a catch while defended by San Diego Chargers cornerback Quentin Jammer (23) during the fourth quarter at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Quentin Jammer Wants To Be Back With Chargers

Quentin Jammer wants to stay in San Diego. I love that about him! He knows where home is and he wants to ride off into the sunset with his only jersey in the NFL to have lightning bolts on the shoulders.

I love Jammer for the fact that he goes all out and gives everything he can. I love that he is physical and is one of the best tacklers at his position. He will play through a busted arm and wo’t complain. Sadly, Jammer is not a good corner. But that doesn’t mean that he cannot help the Chargers.

The Chargers have very little depth around the defensive side of the football. If Marcus Gilchrist is going to move over to safety, then look at the depth at corner after the two starters:

Starters
Derek Cox
Shareece Wright

Bench
Steve Williams
Greg Gatson
Johnny Patrick
Cornelius Brown
Kenny Okoro
Josh Johnson
Marcus Cromartie

Holy Shnikes!! That is one scary list of corners on defense. And scary in the bad way. Cox and Wright have to avoid injuries all season or one of those guys are going to see more action than they should.

Jammer could be nice depth, but the Chargers will likely be on the hunt for another corner through the waiver wire. Once June 1 hits, teams will be letting some good players go and the Chargers will have to keep eyes open. Our depth is scary!

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