Former Saints linebacker Scott Fujita has little love for former teammate Darren Sharper, who reached a plea deal on rape cases in Arizona, and Nevada on Monday.
"He was a great teammate, a great player," Fujita told TMZ. "But all that aside, it's disgusting and beyond repulsive."
Sharper has pleaded guilty to sexual assault and attempted sexual assault in a plea deal with Arizona prosecutors and was immediately sentenced to nine years in prison, according to the Associated Press.
Earlier Monday, TMZ reported Sharper will serve a maximum of eight years in Nevada jail for allegedly sexually assaulting two women in Las Vegas in January 2014.
TMZ reported Sharper's his plea deal allows him to serve his sentences concurrently. So he'll essentially serve the longest sentence among the Nevada, Arizona, California and Louisiana cases -- not the sum of those cases' sentences.
Sharper struck a “global” plea deal to resolve pending charges in all four states where he has been indicted, as well as a related federal drug case based in New Orleans, authorities said Friday.