He made his professional regular season debut in the San Diego Chargers’ season—opened at the Arizona Cardinals and recorded four combined tackles and defected a pass during their 18–17 loss. On September 14, 2014, Verrett earned his first career start in place of Brandon Flowers who suffered a groin injury. Verrett was inactive for the Chargers’ 33–14 win against the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 4 due to a hamstring injury. On October 12, 2014, Verrett recorded a season-high six solo tackles, broke up two passes, and made his first career interception during a 31–28 victory at the Oakland Raiders in Week 6. Verrett intercepted a pass by Raiders’ rookie quarterback Derek Carr with 1:13 remaining in the game to seal the Chargers’ victory. Verrett left the game in the third quarter after injuring his labrum in three places while diving for a pass, but returned to finish the game. The following week, Verrett was inactive for the Chargers’ Week 7 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs due to his torn labrum. In Week 8, Verrett attempted to play with his shoulder injury after cornerbacks Brandon Flowers and Steve Williams were listed as inactive due to injuries. Verrett made one tackle before exiting in the second quarter of the Chargers’ 31–25 loss at the Denver Broncos. On November 15, 2014, the San Diego Chargers officially placed Verrett on injured reserve for the rest of his rookie season. Verrett required surgery to repair three tears to his labrum and a tear to his rotator cuff. He finished his rookie season in 2014 with 19 combined tackles (18 solo), four pass deflections, and one interception in six games and four starts.