The cornerback, who missed the start of the 2013 campaign with a foot sprain, will play his first game of the season for the Denver Broncos, lining up alongside the former Philadelphia Eagles player for the first time.
The 35-year-old told The AP: "I'm real excited because he's been a great player, a guy I've been watching since he came into the league and I've seen what he's done here. And I think we'll be good together. We'll feed off each other.
"We also got Chris [Harris], who will be in there most of the time, so it's going to be a good one.
"It's been a long time coming. It seems like I've been on a long vacation and it's time to go to work. He definitely will make us better, but until then we've got to roll with what we've got."
The Broncos, who are yet to lose in 2013, face the Jacksonville Jaguars tomorrow.