Darren Sharper

New Orleans Saints #42 - Safety

  • Born: 11/03/75
  • Age: 46
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 210

A history of the 24th overall NFL Draft pick


For the fifth time in team history the Steelers will make its selection with the 24th pick

Ken Riley belongs in the Hall of Fame. Period.


It’s time to stop the lies and let the Rattler in

BD’s Top 5 Safeties entering the NFL Draft


The safety class entering the 2020 NFL draft is a solid group filled with 10 or more guys who could make an impact on Sundays. There are all types in this crop of defensive backs patrolling the...

Seahawks need and are getting fumble luck for the second year in a row


The 2009 New Orleans Saints. That’s the Super Bowl champion defense I always come back to when it comes to defenses that are valuable even when they don’t seem all that valuable. Why? Turnovers,...

“Beastquake” ranked by NFL as greatest run in league history


This is the NFL’s 100th season, so they’ve spent this entire year doing countdowns of great and otherwise memorable league moments, players, characters, and plays in league history. A few days ago,...

You can make a dang good NFL all-star team from non-FBS alums

Some NFL legends have taken the path from unheralded recruit to small-school prospect to big-league stardom.

Tramon Williams & Charles Woodson sit atop Packers’ career ‘defensive touches’ leaderboard

Since pass defenses started to get tabulated fully, Tramon beats Chuck as is the king.

Petty BS kept Antonio Brown off at least one voter’s All-Pro ballot. Here’s why that’s wrong


Accolades are a big deal to athletes, and sportswriters who withhold postseason awards for personal vendettas are terrible people.

Peter King claims he removed Antonio Brown from his All-Pro ballot because of the Steelers end of season drama


For a man who once argued that Darren Sharper should be in the Hall of Fame despite numerous rape allegations and supported Terrell Owens nomination, Peter King’s issues with Antonio Brown make...

Hokies Can See Off a Second Virginia Legend: Jimmye Laycock


Even though this is from a Hokie, I want to congratulate William and Mary head coach Jimmye Laycock on a long and successful college football coaching career.

2018 New Orleans Saints Training Camp Preview: Safety


Will Marcus Williams rebound from a heartbreaking end to a fine rookie season?

Vikings Records Week: No offense? No problem!


When the return game is working, you don’t need offense