Sharper could be cut

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  1. Frills

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    I really think the D missed his (and Glenn's) leadership last year. I'd like to see him back for that reason.

    Ain't gonna happen...unless we wanted to talk him into coaching.
     
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    He won't come here because he won't wanna come here.
     
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    He barely played. Tatupa started instead of him and the defense was markedly better this year. Why bother?
     
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    Sharper moved to OLB last season so for the first 8 games both he and Tatupu started. LeRoy Hill came in after Sharpers injury and was superb.
     
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    I'd be mixed on this. I actually wouldn't mind seeing him back for a 1-year contract.
     


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    It wasn't really losing Jamie Sharper that hurt us, it was Glenn.
     
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    Its was the combination, the braintrust cut both defensive leaders.

    Looking at next year, I'd be comfortable taking a less talented player who is a strong leader on the defensive side of the ball.

    Sometimes it looked as if the D lacked heart and passion.
     
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    Jamie Sharper was just released by Seattle. I think we should grab him up and chalk-it up to repairing a mistake made by Casserly. If nothing else, he will add leadership and moral. Our defense needs a little bit of that...would you agree?
     
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    What u said he missed tons of tackles? ummmm.....ya i doubt that, because 3 years ago he led the league in tackles ahead of Ray Lewis, and Keith Brooking.:challenge
     
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    He brings leadership boys and girls. Don't underestimate that quality.
     
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    My bad. Either way, though, he was ineffective. Pass.
     
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    Jamie Sharper with the Texans
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    if we could bring back that Jamie Sharper, I don't think people would argue that much.
     

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