San Diego Chargers cornerback Quetin Jammer is coming off a 2011 season he admits wasn’t one of his better ones. Dealing with a divorce off the field was a factor on it for the fifth overall draft choice in 2002. Jammer allowed 10 touchdown passes, forced zero fumbles for the first time since 2007, and did not record an interception for the first time since his rookie year.
The split also looks to be the reason behind the recent sale of the San Diego home Quentin and ex-wife Alicia purchased in 2009. Here are some additional details as well as few photos passed along by Trulia.
The Jammers’ recently-sold home is a highly-upgraded model with 5-bedrooms and 4.5-bathrooms on a very large lot with no neighbors to the side or back. The home features custom cabinetry, faux paint, a state-of-the-art AV system and his-and-hers closets. The yard is low maintenance and outfitted with artificial Easy Turf.
Also available is a golf villa the two purchased in 2007 currently listed at $950,000 and a vacant lot with an asking price of $900,000. Both are located in Rancho Santa Fe, California’s Crosby Community.
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