Quentin Jammer told DenverBroncos.com that he signed with the Broncos to try and win a championship before his career ends.
“Obviously I had spent so much time in San Diego, to uproot and leave and go somewhere and uproot your family, it’s hard. It’s a difficult thing to do,” he said. “But when you’re forced to, you have decisions to make. The next decision that you have to make is you have three to four more years left in you. What are you going to do with your life? I want to win a championship.”
Jammer believes he can make the transition from cornerback to safety.
“I always considered myself a football player, not really put a label on myself as a corner or a safety,” Jammer said. “This is the game of football, and I feel like I can be plugged in anywhere on the defense and play — other than the big hosses up front. Any of the skill positions in the back end I can be plugged in and play. I wanted to come in and help this football team as much as I can.”