Saints safety Darren Sharper is a man in limbo, entering his 15th season in the NFL questions surround his return to the Saints for a third season with the club.
Sharper joined the Saints via free agency prior to the start of the 2009 season. His addition boosted what had been an ailing secondary. Of course the Saints would advance to the Super Bowl and win it with his help.
The Super Bowl win was a monumental moment for the Saints franchise and it’s fans, but also just as monumental is that Sharper had his best season as a pro posting 71 tackles, 15 pass deflections and nine interceptions taken back for 376 return yards (NFL record) and three touchdowns.
Unfortunately micro-fracture knee surgery halted Sharper, who started the 2010 season on the PUP list, and he was eventually replaced by budding superstar Malcolm Jenkins as the starting free safety.
Whenever a new CBA is put in place the Saints may try and retain Sharper, just at a cheaper cost and in a back-up role to Jenkins. Don’t feel bad for him though, he may be destined for other things.
Today is the premier of Darren Sharper’s episode of “A Series of Unfortunate People”, an on going comedy series on dailymotion.com produced by members of theworkingbug.com.
In this hilarious skit Sharper playes the character of “Isaac”, a man suffering from ISOH, a very contagious and dangerous disease that threatens the lives of three innocent bystanders.
You’ll have to see it to find out what ISOH is exactly, so please check out the video by following this link to view in it’s entirety. He also took the time to do an interview on the set, follow this link to view what he had to say.
Fore more information on the series and the minds behind it, please visit the series page at http://workingbug.com/series-unfortunate-people.