Last night, we reported that two teams are interested in free-agent safety Darren Sharper, beyond the team with which he played in 2009.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the two teams are the Jaguars and the Cowboys.
Per Schefter, Sharper will visit the Jaguars today. If he doesn’t do a deal with Jacksonville, Dallas could be the next destination.
Neither team added a safety via the draft. With the Cowboys hoping to overcome the Saints and play in the Super Bowl that will be hosted in their home stadium next February, Sharper would bring both ability and an intimate knowledge of the New Orleans offense and defense.
Though the Cowboys fall within the scope of the “Final Eight Plan,” they don’t face the same restrictions as the teams that qualified for conference title games.