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Quentin Jammer

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Played in 11 games last year for the Broncos ... 13 tackles, no INT's. I wonder what his health situation is cause I don't think anyone brought him into a camp. I think there would be better options, including even Champ Bailey. Id be more inclined to roll w/ the young guys, but depth is certainly concerning. 

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Played in 11 games last year for the Broncos ... 13 tackles, no INT's. I wonder what his health situation is cause I don't think anyone brought him into a camp. I think there would be better options, including even Champ Bailey. Id be more inclined to roll w/ the young guys, but depth is certainly concerning. 

I'm pretty sure he had to start against the Chargers in the playoffs and he wasn't too spectacular.

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I'm pretty sure he had to start against the Chargers in the playoffs and he wasn't too spectacular.

 

Yeah you may be right, I think he's just name value at this point in is career. 

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Naw homie!  I knew you started this cause you saw him on the NFL Network a few minutes ago cause I did to. :229031_rofl:

 

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Yeah you may be right, I think he's just name value at this point in is career.

He could provide veteran leadership to a relatively young and inexperienced secondary, but he's not going to play much
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He's alright.  I'm not sure he's a better option than Derek Cox or Dominique Franks if/when we just re-sign them.

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He's alright. I'm not sure he's a better option than Derek Cox or Dominique Franks if/when we just re-sign them.

Were basically rolling dice and hoping something sticks w/ these vet min players.

Putting faith on chykie before TC was a bad idea. Corey should've been sealed w/ a cheap deal.

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Were basically rolling dice and hoping something sticks w/ these vet min players.

Putting faith on chykie before TC was a bad idea. Corey should've been sealed w/ a cheap deal.

 

I thought The Ravens offer Corey a deal but The Bills provided more money also he's from new york so he's staying closer to home.

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He could provide veteran leadership to a relatively young and inexperienced secondary, but he's not going to play much

Webb and smith have been around

Chykie and Asa are vets in our system

Cox and franks can be re signed if it's truly about veteran presence with other teams

But ultimately if all healthy we have experience

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Webb and smith have been around

Chykie and Asa are vets in our system

Cox and franks can be re signed if it's truly about veteran presence with other teams

But ultimately if all healthy we have experience

Pretty sure the secondary as a whole is under 30
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He is at that point now where he doesn't have much of anything left in the tank. He was a good player but the fact that he has been unsigned this whole time says enough about him.

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Pretty sure the secondary as a whole is under 30

Didn't realize that being 30 means experience

Pretty sure Webb and smith have years of game experience and chykie and Asa been in the system for a few years

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Didn't realize that being 30 means experience

Pretty sure Webb and smith have years of game experience and chykie and Asa been in the system for a few years

Just as you get older, you get more savvy and learn different tricks. Torrey is a three year starter and he's still learning from Steve Smith. I'm sure Webb, who is a two year starter full time, and Jimmy, who is a one year full time starter, would be happy to have a veteran. Not to mention that Asa has never played a defensive snap.

Didn't realize it was harmful to have someone who's been around for a while pass on knowledge

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Just as you get older, you get more savvy and learn different tricks. Torrey is a three year starter and he's still learning from Steve Smith. I'm sure Webb, who is a two year starter full time, and Jimmy, who is a one year full time starter, would be happy to have a veteran. Not to mention that Asa has never played a defensive snap.

Didn't realize it was harmful to have someone who's been around for a while pass on knowledge

A). Coaches are there for the "savvy ness"

B). Cox has been around a few teams/players like jammer to gain "savvy ness"

If I was insistent upon having a former older player just to teach the others then I'd look at a veteran of a newly implemented system. Not just an old guy.

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A). Coaches are there for the "savvy ness"

B). Cox has been around a few teams/players like jammer to gain "savvy ness"

If I was insistent upon having a former older player just to teach the others then I'd look at a veteran of a newly implemented system. Not just an old guy.

A) That's not something coaches are going to teach as well as players who play the game know. They know what a player can and can't get away with and subtle tricks that work against players.

B) He's been around four teams in two years, meaning he probably isn't the best option to teach that because something wasn't working.

I'm not saying sign Jammer for that reason, nearly giving possibly his only positive at this point. And, Steve Smith is teaching the young receivers a lot and he wasn't even in the west coast before or a Raven before

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Jammer isn't any good anymore.  Broncos tried to throw him at safety, to give you an idea of their thought on his CB ability, during TC and preseason but he couldn't figure it out.  

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I know there were cap issues, but I really wish we could have found a way to keep Grahm. He was somid enough, wasn't a yellow flag factory like some of the other 3rd and 4th CB's we'be had over the years.

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