Is Shayden Sharpe Related to Shannon Sharpe? Broncos TE’s Family Explored

Shannon Sharp is one of the greatest tight ends of all time, revolutionizing the position with his unique talent and drawing attention for his volatile personality. Shaden Sharp, meanwhile, is a rising guard for the Portland Trail Blazers. They are not related to each other.

Apart from the differences in gameplay, they are different Nationalities. While the former is obviously American, the latter is American Canada.

Born to Peter and Mary Alice (née Dixon) in Chicago, Illinois, Shannon Sharp has two siblings: brother Sterling, who played wide receiver for the Green Bay Packers for seven seasons; and sister Sherra, an entrepreneur and CEO of marketing firm Sharp Enterprises.

Moving to Glenville, Georgia at an early age, he excelled in high school athletically but not academically, recalling:

„I was a terrible student. I didn’t graduate magna cum laude, and I was like, 'Thanks, lady!’ Graduated.”

Sharpe did his college athletics at largely unknown Savannah State University, competing in football, basketball and track and field. After graduating, he faced doubts about his size: too big for a WR, but too small for a TE—which may explain why he didn’t go until the seventh round in the 1990 draft. This Secret Basics video delves deeper into said doubts:



Shannon Sharp calls 49ers’ Brock Birdie a system quarterback

Shannon Sharp’s on-field contributions are already legendary, earning him induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011. But his broadcasting contributions as a studio analyst and morning show host were equally significant.

As of this writing, Sharp is currently plying his trade as a recurring guest on ESPN Take it first. In her latest appearance on the show, she cut it short Brock BirdieSuccess with San Francisco 49ersRefusing to call him elitist:

„He’s a product of the system. It’s a credit to Kyle Shanahan and what he’s done. If we take away Debow Samuel, Kyle Shanahan and Brandon Iuk, I’m not sure we’ll see this Brock Birdie again.

„Now, you can’t take what he’s doing. He’s right in the MVP discussion, not Patrick Mahomes or Dua or an elite quarterback. He still has to go out there and perform — he’s not doing what the other guys are saying.”

„I don’t know if Brock Purdy can do what he switches places with Patrick Mahomes — Christian McCaffrey and the ability to run the football with all the weapons, Iuck’s hands, Tebow’s hands, Kittle’s hands, let them do the job.”

He discussed the actions of Stefon Diggs during the Buffalo Bills’ Week 5 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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