After being drafted seventh overall by the Green Bay Packers, Sterling Sharpe immediately became one of the premiere wide receivers in the NFL. In just his second season in the pros, Sharpe would lead the league in receptions and make his first Pro Bowl. And over his entire career he would make five Pro Bowls, lead the league in receiving yards three times, and lead the league in receiving touchdowns twice. Many were projecting Sterling Sharpe to put up Jerry Rice-esque numbers for the years to come, but his career was sadly cut short after suffering a severe neck injury in 1994. After being forced to retire at just 29 years old, Sharpe became a football analyst for ESPN and currently works as a host and analyst on NFL Network. He was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2014.
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