Sharper's instincts still fine-tuned
Anna Katherine Clemmons [ARCHIVE]
ESPN.com
January 13, 2010
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valuable than his numbers has been Sharper's veteran leadership.

"I get to watch him and learn the kinds of moves he makes, what he does, how he studies and prepares," Saints rookie cornerback Malcolm Jenkins said.

"He's teaching me how to pick and choose when to jump and how to see things before they come, so that you can be aggressive but in a smart way."

Sharper often paces the sidelines, instructing teammates on what he's seeing.

"I've been known throughout my career as a guy who will make big plays in big games, and being a winner is part of that, too," Sharper said. "That's what I want to be remembered as, being a winner and being a playmaker."

Anna Katherine Clemmons is a reporter for ESPN The Magazine and ESPN.com.
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