The second act for Darren Sharper in New Orleans was a forgettable one.
After returning midseason from knee surgery, Sharper had only 16 tackles and one pass defensed. He was a liability at times and saw his playing time diminished.
“It is something I definitely don’t have to do. I want to. I want to keep playing football,” Sharper told John DeShazier of the New Orleans Times-Picayune.
Sharper says that the additional time he’s had to recover from surgery has helped him regain his explosiveness. He turns 36 in November and understands the Saints may not have room for him. He just wants one more chance somewhere.
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“If football doesn’t happen and the lockout continues, I’ll probably act,” Sharper said.