Nov 24, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; San Diego Chargers inside linebacker Reggie Walker (52) celebrates after a sack against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports
San Diego Chargers re-signed Reggie Walker onto the roster and added a corner that was not from the Indianapolis Colts roster, Brandon Ghee. Ghee was on the Cincinnati Bengals for the last few seasons.
Here is a scouting report from Bleacher Report on Ghee:
In zone coverage, Ghee has the awareness to keep a close eye on the underneath routes and keep a blind eye on the cushion behind him. His backpedal is quick, but his size keeps him too high and no amount of hip movement will make up for the speed of NFL receivers.
He has a tendency to go for the big hit rather than make the play midair. His willingness to put a shoulder into the runner makes him a more attractive safety than a cover corner at the next level, but his awareness and high football IQ keeps his versatility intact.
As a tackler, Ghee looks the part of the hard-hitting NFL safety, cutting through weak receiver blocks and contributing to keeping the opposing backfield in check. His hands are a little suspect at times, but his natural athleticism allows him to break up the play when he needs to.
He sounds more like a safety than a corner. He should help in special teams for the Chargers, if he makes the roster.
We all know what Reggie Walker was able to do and it is good to have him back on the roster. He was a versatile linebacker for the team.