Few interior defensive linemen in NFL history have possessed Warren Sapp's combination of power and athleticism. In August, Sapp will be inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. On Thursday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced they will retire Sapp's No. Show More Summary
Former Buccaneers DB Ronde Barber joins Erik Kuselias to talk about his decision to walk away from the NFL. Barber is amazed that he never missed a game in his 16-year career. Barber says hall-of-fame DT Warren Sapp was the best player he’s ever had the chance to play with.
As a child of the '80s, I don't remember much of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when they donned creamsicle uniforms with a winking pirate, lovably named Bucco Bruce, on the helmet. Although as my relatives are quick to point out, there wasn't much worth remembering. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have one retired jersey: Lee Roy Selmon’s No. 63. Later this year, they’ll double that number. During a press conference to announce that soon-to-be Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp will join the team’s ring of honor during the 2013 season, team co-chairman Bryan Glazer said that Sapp’s No. 99…
Defensive tackle Warren Sapp was a huge part of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl XXXVII championship team and he anchored their defense from 1995 through 2003. Sapp will be rewarded for his efforts as a Buc when the team retires his No. Show More Summary
This guy used to give Michael Jordan PROBLEMS on the court! Via Realtor Add M____ R_______ to the list of athletes who go hard in the pool department (see: Gilbert Arenas, Keenan McCardell, Warren Sapp, Hines Ward). The legendary Sacramento
The Denver Broncos have selected North Carolina DT Sylvester Williams with the 28th overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft. Pros: Big upside player with the ability to upset opposing offense in a lot of different ways. Warren Sapp's favorite defensive tackle in this draft class. Show More Summary
Since it's draft day, and there are a lot of defensive tackles to talk about, who better to get on the phone that Warren Sapp? We were able to do just that on Thursday morning, and the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders tackle, current NFL Network analyst, and first-ballot Hall of Famer was happy to dish on this draft class. Show More Summary
Warren Sapp shouldn't expect any invitations to the posh Revis Island anytime soon. The Tampa Tribune reported various reactions from former NFL stars on Darrelle Revis' recent trade to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. There are some—like John Lynch—who see the move as great for the Bucs, but there was one ready to offer a slightly different opinion. Show More Summary
The response to the Buccaneers’ acquisition of Darrelle Revis has been almost universally positive. But at least one Bucs legend isn’t sure it’s going to work. Soon-to-be-enshrined Hall of Famer Warren Sapp cast a large cloud over the team’s parade, saying Revis’ previous holdouts weren’t a good sign. “He’s selfish and he’s never been a…
One former player for all 32 teams will announce a second-day draft pick, the NFL announced on Wednesday. A fan of all 32 teams will also participate in the selection announcement, with one fan getting a chance to announce the pick with the NFL alumnus. The second day of the 2013 draft falls on Friday,…
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Over the last decade or so, most NFL fans outside New England have gotten pretty sick and tired of hearing about the Patriots and their blowhard coach, Bill Belichick. I know I certainly count myself among that group, even though I really enjoy watching the team play. But it’s not just NFL fans who are [...]
The soon-to-be Hall of Famer doesn't like the Bill Belichick angle.
On Tuesday night, NFL Network aired a series of F-bombs spoken by someone off camera (it sounded like Warren Sapp) during a segment about moves that Patriots are making in free agency. On Wednesday morning, NFL Network apologized. NFL Network’s Chris Rose opened Wednesday’s Free Agency Frenzy news show by reading an apology, which didn’t…
Warning: Video contains naughty words/Warren Sapp things. Warren Sapp came out of the womb without a filter. He doesn ’t understand what filters are—he doesn ’t use them while speaking or presumably even to strain his coffee. With that...Show More Summary
Oops! A hot mic caught NFL Hall of Famer and current analyst Warren Sapp dropping some choice words about his network's quality of programming on Tuesday Sapp works as an analyst for the NFL Network, and apparently feels the channel has spent a little too much time lately talking up New England Patriots coach, Bill Belichick. Show More Summary
With free agency roaring out of the gate, today has been one of those rare occasions where hovering around watching NFL Network doesn't make you a nut job. Following a brief interview with Warren Sapp, Scott Hanson dove into an interview with Scott Pioli a former front office executive with the Patriots and Chiefs. Show More Summary
He didn't like the Bill Belichick angle.