Sharpe spent the later part of his career with the Baltimore Ravens. Although he only spent 2 seasons with the team, he still made a very big impact. He helped provide a veteran presence to the team and mentored a young Ray Lewis.
He caught for over 800 yards in both seasons and was able to find the end zone 7 times. The 2011 hall-of-fame inductee also helped the Ravens to a 35-7 Super Bowl win. He was one of Trent Dilfer’s favorite targets during the 2000 season. One of his most notable plays came in the AFC Championship during the Super Bowl run. Sharpe caught a pass on the Raven’s 4 yard line and took it 96 yards to the house. His touchdown helped secure a 16-3 win over the Oakland Raiders and got the Ravens to the Super Bowl.
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