Brendan Maloy
Sunday February 2nd, 2014

Quentin Jammer has never appeared in a Super Bowl in his 12 year NFL Career. (John Leyba/Denver Post) Quentin Jammer has never appeared in a Super Bowl in his 12-year NFL career. (John Leyba/Denver Post)

Veteran cornerback Quentin Jammer will not be suiting up for the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl, reports Mike Klis of the Denver Post.

Jammer will be replaced in the lineup by Marquice Cole who is dressing for the Broncos for the first time, having been signed by the team the week before the AFC championship game, after rookie Chris Harris was injured. Cole began the 2013 season with the New England Patriots but was cut midway through the season.

Other inactive players for Denver include quarterback Zac Dysert, tight end Joel Dreessen, offensive tackle Vinston Painter, guard Chris Kuper, and running back Ronnie Hillman.

BURKE: Report: Broncos coach John Fox to get $1 million bonus if Denver wins Super Bowl XLVIII Tight end Kellen Davis will not dress for the Seattle Seahawks for the first time this season. Wide receiver Michael Bowie, guard Caylin Hauptmann, defensive end Benson Mayowa, running back Christine Michael, and defensive tackle Jordan Hill will also not dress for the Seahawks according to ProFootballTalk's Darin Gantt.

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