TAMPA, Fla. – Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp gave Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle Donald Penn a stern warning prior to his former team’s game on Monday. Penn and his squad better not let him down. Sapp was honored during halftime of Tampa Bay’s home game against the Miami Dolphins. Show More Summary
TAMPA, Fla. -- As he went onto the field for pregame warmups, Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle Donald Penn ran into a man who has given grief to plenty of offensive linemen through the years. That man was Hall of Famer Warren Sapp, who was having his No. Show More Summary
TAMPA, Fla. -- In addition to being inducted into the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Ring of Honor and having his jersey retired during halftime of Monday night’s game, Warren Sapp will get a surprise. Well, it is sort of a surprise. Sapp has...Show More Summary
TAMPA, Fla. -- When he visited One Buccaneer Place earlier this week, Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp said he sees a lot of himself in current Tampa Bay defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. “It’s a great compliment," McCoy said Thursday. Show More Summary
Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp will be inducted into the Buccaneers’ Ring of Honor on Monday night, but that isn’t stopping him from questioning the Bucs’ coaching staff. Sapp told the Tampa Tribune that Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy should be making a lot more plays, but the Bucs’ defensive schemes aren’t taking…
On Wednesday, former NFL player and Hall of Famer Warren Sapp said embattled Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito called him the "N-word" once during a game. Sapp said he brushed off the comments because every black player has been agitated like that by opponents looking to draw penalties. Show More Summary
Keyshawn Johnson went on radio on Wednesday and said that Warren Sapp used to bully teammate Chidi Ahanotu in Tampa Bay.
On Wednesday morning, Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp did something unexpected, given his reputation. The man known as a bully (at times) both on the field and off it told Dan Patrick that Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin did the right thing by not confronting teammate Richie Incognito, and instead by essentially “telling on”…
We know that Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito called his teammate Jonathan Martin a "half-nigger." Today, Warren Sapp told Dan Patrick that Incognito called him a "nigger" when the two lined up years ago, when they were still in the league. Show More Summary
TAMPA, Fla. -- A battle of words erupted between two former Tampa Bay defensive linemen after one wrote a Facebook post saying the other had bullied teammates and team employees. After hearing reports about bullying involving the Miami...Show More Summary
Warren Sapp said in a radio interview on Wednesday that Richie Incognito called him 'the n-word' in a game once.
White men calling you “nier” is a laughing matter??? Warren Sapp Recounts A Time When Richie Incognito Called Him N-Word During A Game Sapp is better than us, we would have been waiting at Richie Locker after the game with
During today's Dan Patrick Show, Warren Sapp recalled the time Richie Incognito called him a nigger during a game. In this short clip, Sapp evokes much of the complexity that surrounds the Incognito controversy and the use of the n-word in general. Read more...
Warren Sapp shared his method for dealing with Richie Incognito, the Miami Dolphins offensive lineman suspended for allegedly taunting a teammate with verbal abuse and racial slurs. Sapp just laughed off his taunts. Sapp, a Hall of Fame defensive tackle, told Dan Patrick on “The Dan Patrick Show” that Incognito even called him the n-word […]
Your browser does not support iframes. The Richie Incognito-Jonathan Martin situation took on a racial aspect when a voicemail Incognito left for Martin included a racial slur. Now Incognito, who is white, has been accused by Hall-of-Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp of calling him a racial slur during a game. Show More Summary
Former NFL player Warren Sapp appeared on "The Dan Patrick Show" and was asked about the bullying accusations against Dolphins lineman Richie Incognito. Maybe the most damning accusation against Incognito is that he left a voicemail for Jonathan Martin in which Incognito used the N-word to describe Martin. Show More Summary
The Miami Hurricanes were once a premier producer of top NFL talent. Names like Michael Irvin, Warren Sapp and Ray Lewis once roamed the professional fields, making highlight-reel plays on a weekly basis. Miami has continued to sendShow More Summary
Greg Schiano's intense coaching style might have earned him wins at Rutgers and a subsequent NFL job, but his approach isn't translating into victories for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On Tuesday, former Bucs great and 2013 Hall of Fame...Show More Summary
Warren Sapp’s claim that he funded a $5,000 bounty program during his playing days is starting to sound like BS … ‘cause one of his most high-profile teammates says he NEVER saw it happen.Sapp went on Dan Patrick's show this week…
Michael Irvin made the kind of pronouncement Sunday that pretty much guarantees it’ll be proven wrong within hours. Irvin, brainstorming with the NFL Network’s Kurt Warner and Warren Sapp, called Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo “the most dependable quarterback in … Continue reading ?