Did Sterling Sharpe's Game Put His Wife And Family In Shadows Or Doesn't He Have One?
The five-time Pro Bowl wide receiver, Sterling Sharpe had such an impactful NFL career that his personal life had never been a matter to cognize for his followers. And this particular thing has further caused a considerable inflow of speculations regarding the family of this sports star, which still seems to be in shadows.
The major concern here seems to be- is Sterling living a concealed family life with his wife and kids or is never involved in any such matters? If you want to know the answer, keep reading until the end!
Has Sterling Sharpe Set Up A Family of His Own?
Sterling Sharpe was born to parents, Pete Sharpe and Mary Alice Dixon on April 6, 1965, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. However, he spent his childhood in Georgia after his family moved to a farm country near Savannah while he was still in an elementary school.
There at his grandparents' home, he grew up with his brother, Shannon Sharpe.
Caption: The Sharpe brothers ready to embrace each other.
Photo Credit: Yahoo Sports
But apart from the family that he grew up with, there is no any trace of him setting up a family of his own.
Regarding Sterling's relationship status, he seems to be single; lacking a partner in his life. The man is already 52 years of age, but neither his past nor his present love life has made a buzz in the media.
He might be in a relationship with somebody keeping things low key and away from the media attention; however, the matter remains unclear up until the man himself comes forth addressing the matter!
From Retirement Until This Year; What is Sterling Up to Now?
Sterling has played his entire professional career with the Green Bay Packers and has played so well that he got named All-Pro five times (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, and 1994). But the successful and brief career for him ended with a neck injury after the 1994 season.
Caption: Sterling during his gameplay.
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After the retirement from the glorious career which made him the first player after Jerry Rice to lead NFL in catches, receiving yards, and receiving touchdowns, he decided to become an analyst.
So, what about now? What has he been doing this year?
As of recent, Sterling was seen making a valiant effort at qualifying for U.S. Senior Open in June this year.
Sr us open qualifier is now over. I don't think I will make it. I just didn't make enough putts. You hit 14 greens and make 1 birdie. — Sterling Sharpe (@Thro284) June 6, 2017
Even after the retirement, Sterling's enthusiasm for sports still seems to be alive, don't you think so?