John Pagano shares thoughts on Jason Verrett

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Feb 25, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas Christian defensive back Jason Verrett runs the 40 yard dash during the 2014 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

He tackles and he comes up and he loves to hit. He doesn’t look like he plays small.

Verrett is one of the new Chargers that fans will be looking forward to seeing. The team badly needed help in the secondary and Verrett should be an immediate impact for the defense. Sometimes it takes corners some time to adapt to the league, but that will not slow the expectations of Chargers fans.

Verrett should see a lot of time on the field during his rookie season. The quarterbacks around the league will be sure to test him. Hopefully he will be up for the challenge.

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  • Derek

    I like he’s been tlkn to weddle. Weddle blankets te’s a solid foot taller than him. Hope he gets in touch with Asante or grimes to learn what is more important for smaller dbs

  • Steve Diaz

    His quickness should help in getting to the ball BEFORE it reaches the receiver. I’m hoping him and Steve Williams will be great assets to our secondary. With a better pass rush this year, I see a lot more broken plays and interceptions coming!

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  • afroamongfew

    Well John, it’s nice that you can see that, let’s just hope you are able to help him steadily progress into becoming an all-pro corner in a year or two. I have my doubts given that I can’t name one young defensive player whose level of play has risen under Pagano’s tutelage (Wright? Inconsistent. Reyes? Flopped in the first year where he was given starting snaps. English? Bust.) but in order to keep that DC job, you have to get it right eventually.