Glenn Sharpe while cutting QB Tim Hiller. Police discovered Metronadizole in a prescription bottle which also contained vicodin. The former University of Miami player was also in possession a 9MM pistol. Metronadizole is often used to help with rosacea and other dermatological problems. Vicodin, kills pain. Maybe he had a painful skin problem, ever think of that officers?
Sharpe was first picked up as an UDFA with the Atlanta Falcons, and spent last season on the New Orleans Saints practice squad -- getting (not earning) a Super Bowl ring.
Update: So, apparently Sharpe is in a little bit deeper trouble now. Sharpe was arrested for murder after allegedly shooting a man three times. So his 1 in a million chance of getting back in the NFL just got worse, even Lloyd Christmas wouldn't say "So you're saying there's a chance!"