Free agent cornerback Quentin Jammer was perfectly blunt Sunday when he addressed the media at a charity golf event – he has no intention of retiring and would absolutely welcome the possibility of returning to San Diego once more in 2013.
“I know there was speculation about me retiring. I’m, like, who said that?” Jammer said on Sunday after playing in the Celebrity Championship hosted by Marshall Faulk golf tournament at the La Costa Resort & Spa. “I would never retire. I definitely don’t want to go into retirement and then regret retiring and try to play later. I want to play while I still feel great.”
The 33-year-old defensive back has spent his entire pro career as a member of the Chargers organization, dating all the way back to 2002. As for 2013 and beyond, Jammer has no desire to change the uniform he’s worn for the better part of a decade now.
“I’d love to come back (to the Chargers),” Jammer said. “I’ve had conversations with them. I totally understood the direction they were going in. They said the door wasn’t completely closed. Hopefully, maybe down the road a little bit, the Chargers will offer me something.”
In addition to San Diego, the Washington Redskins have expressed interest in Jammer. And according to Jammer himself, the interest is mutual.
“That was the most exciting visit I had,” he said. “I really like the organization.”