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Jammer (6-0, 204) is a eleven-year cornerback in his eleventh year with the Chargers.
One of the 50 Greatest Chargers of All-Time, Quentin Jammer is the longest-tenured player on the roster. He comes into 2012 having played 156 career games in San Diego, 10th most all-time and most by a cornerback. He had to miss a game in 2011 with a hamstring strain and it was only the second one that he’s missed since 2002. The other missed game was in 2007.
Jammer, 33, is still one of the top defenders in the game and one of its surest tacklers. He boasts career totals of 670 tackles, including 568 unassisted, 18 interceptions and 121 passes defensed. Jammer is one of the Chargers’ most giving community supporters. The Jammer Family Foundation enjoys a partnership with San Pasqual Academy, a first-of-its-kind residential education campus for foster teens.
Last year, he and teammate Philip Rivers led a drive for the school to generate the necessary funding to build a brand-new football stadium on campus and he and Rivers were featured on ABC’s Good Morning America for their work with the Academy.
Jammer’s Foundation hosts an annual Thanksgiving Dinner for students and he regularly invites players from the Academy’s football team to be his guests at Chargers games and practices. He’s also provided them with equipment for their own team. In March 2009, San Diego County Supervisors Greg Cox and Ron Roberts presented Jammer with a proclamation, honoring him for his work with the Academy. And in February ’09, the Harlem Globetrotters honored Jammer during a tour stop at the San Diego Sports Arena. Jammer also supports Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD). In 2010, he hosted a golf tournament to support their efforts to fight drunk driving and underage drinking. Jammer has three sons: Kaden, Kaleb and Kasen.
He enjoys golf, traveling and spending time with family and friends in San Diego and his native Texas. Jammer is a graduate of the University of Texas where his younger brother, Quandre Diggs, is now a sophomore and also plays cornerback. In June, Jammer returned to Austin, Tex. and hosted a camp for defensive backs. Jammer’s cousin, Cedric Woodard, also played at Texas in the late ’90s before enjoying a six-year career as a defensive lineman with the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints.
TRANSACTION HISTORY: First-round draft pick (5), April 20, 2002…signed six-year contract, Sept. 10, 2002...signed five-year extension through 2012, Aug. 8, 2006.
2011: Ended Oakland’s first two series with nice defensive plays in Week 10, including a third-down pass breakup on the Raiders’ first and a nice job defending Jacoby Ford on a fake punt attempt on the second...Played in his 154th career game Week 15 against Baltimore, tying John Hadl and Walt Sweeney for the 10th-most games played in team history...Played in his 155th career game Week 16 against Detroit, 10th-most in team history.
2010: USA Today All-Joe...over-the-shoulder interception of 41-yard pass at goal line Sept. 26 at Seattle...team-high three passes defensed in 41-10 win vs. Arizona Oct. 3.
2009: USA Today All-Joe...Chargers co-Defensive POY...INT on first defensive series of season Sept. 14 at Oakland...Game Ball Nov. 29 vs. KC after INT and FF, both of which resulted in TDs on ensuing possessions...Dec. 20 vs. Cincinnati, late 2Q broke up consecutive 2nd and 3rd down passes at goal line to prevent TD and preserve 14-13 lead...3Q INT led to TD and 21-13 lead...INT and 3rd down PBU to force punt in Jan. 17 Divisional Playoffs vs. NY Jets.
2008: Chargers Most Inspirational Player and Alumni Defensive POM for September…season-high 13 TT and FF Sept. 14 at Denver…shut down Randy Moss and NE’s passing game in convincing Wk 6 NBC SNF 30-10 win…INT and season-high five PBUs vs. Pats, including three vs. Moss on deep passes inside 10…beautiful cut in front of receiver and INT of deep pass off Peyton Manning in Nov. 23 NBC SNF game vs. IND…two FFs vs. Atlanta Wk 12, with one returned 86 yards for 3Q TD 3Q by Eric Weddle…4Q PBU Dec. 21 at Tampa Bay was INT and returned 59 yards for TD by Antoine Cason.
2007: Pivotal play in 28-14 win over Oakland Week 6…late 2Q with 14-7 lead, broke off his man to force Ronald Curry OB at one after 31-yard pass play…SD’s defense then recorded sacks on back to back plays, incl. FF & FR on second to preserve sevenpoint lead…INA Nov. 11 vs. IND (hamstring)…INT in Championship Game at NE…team-high three PBUs vs. Patriots, all on 3rd down to force punts, including two vs. Randy Moss and one vs. Wes Welker.
2006: Key block to spring Marlon McCree free on 79-yard FR TD in 38-24 win over St. Louis Oct. 29…team-high three PBUs Nov. 12 at Cincinnati, including one in end zone in late 4Q, denying potential game-tying TD…Chargers Alumni POW after key 4Q INT vs. Oakland Nov. 26…pick came as Raiders were driving with 14-7 lead and offense converted turnover into TD, tying game at 14-14…matched career-high with fourth INT of season Dec. 3 at Buffalo...season-high five PBUs Dec. 17 vs. KC…Dec. 31 vs. Arizona, closed out first half by tackling Anquan Boldin short of goal line and keeping him in bounds as Arizona was out of time outs…Chargers held 17-7 lead at time and won by TD, 27-20.
2005: Fourth-down PBU in end zone during late 4Q goal-line stand preserved victory over NY Jets Nov. 6…sealed Dec. 18 win over IND with end zone INT with 1:46 in 4Q…season-high five PBU vs. Colts.
2004: INT on final play of 2Q vs. Tampa Bay Dec. 12.
2003: First-career INT off KC's Trent Green Sept. 7 at Arrowhead Stadium…two more INTs vs. KC's Green Nov. 30 at Qualcomm Stadium.
2002: PFW All-Rookie…unsigned Wk 1…signed Sept. 11, but INA vs. Houston Sept. 15…first-career start at Oakland Oct. 20…season-high three PBUs vs.
COLLEGE: First-team All-America and All-Big 12 as senior…first-ever Longhorn finalist for Jim Thorpe Award (nation's top DB)…team co-MVP and Outstanding Defensive POY in ’01…first-team all-conference in '00…medical redshirt in ’99 (shoulder)…INT seven passes during career and 195 TT… played at Texas from 1997-01…ethnic studies major.
PERSONAL: Born in Bay City, Texas…two-time all-district DB and QB at Angleton (Tex.) HS…district defensive MVP as senior…lettered in track in 100 and 200 meters and long jump.
The San Diego Chargers tied for the top record in the AFC West last year with an 8-8 mark. Relive each memorable win as we break down some of the greatest moments from the 2011 season. We continue with Week 15’s impressive victory over the Baltimore Ravens.
The San Diego Chargers tied for the top record in the AFC West last year with an 8-8 mark. Relive each memorable win as we break down some of the greatest moments from the 2011 season. Next up is Week 3’s thrilling nail-biter vs. Kansas City.
The student body at San Pasqual Academy will now have a place to cheer their Dragons football team after unveiling a state-of-the-art football field, the Field of Hope, on Monday.