Entering his eighth season with the Packers, safety Darren Sharper has registered the most interceptions in the NFL since 1999 (30) and 2000 (27), and is currently tied (with Johnny 'Blood' McNally, Charley Brock and Keith McKenzie) for fourth best in team history with four career defensive touchdowns.
In the Packers' preseason game vs. the New Orleans Saints, Sharper intercepted Todd Bouman's pass and returned it 90 yards for a touchdown, evoking memories of his playing days at William & Mary, where he was a two-time Division I-AA All-American.
"I have to do more wind sprints after practice," Sharper joked after the game. "I had a flashback to my punt return days in college, but I don't have the same speed, so I got a little tired at the end."
Because meetings ran late last week, Darren was unable to join us. But on Wednesday, the two-time Pro Bowler, who looks to make career start No. 100 in 2004, will take a break from his wind sprints to take questions from Packers fans during a Live Chat starting at approximately 2 p.m. CT.
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