The Benefit of the Doubt: New Orleans Saints Too Sharp to Let Darren Depart

March 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As I walked through the park on Thursday evening, two middle-aged assholes were stretching and discussing in loud and annoying voices the Chicago Bears' acquisition of Julius Peppers.
Man, What do you think about Lovie paying all that money to Peppers at his age?
"Lovie's not thinking long-term," said the other asshole. "He thinking about an immediate impact."
What life-changing wisdom!
I kept walking since I don't give a shit about Lovie or Peppers or the Bears or immediate impacts.
I'm more concerned about Saints free safety Darren Sharper saying he is not "feeling the love" and that he's planning a visit to the New York Jets.
We all know the impact he had. Nine interceptions. The ability to make plays on the ball that the Josh Bullocks and Kevin Kaesvihorns and Jason Davids of the world never possessed.
GM Mickey Loomis told reporters on Friday, "I have all the love in the world for Darren Sharper. I just don't have all the money in the world for D...

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