MARATHON, Fla., July 28 (UPI) -- Apparently 300-pound Pro Football Hall of Famer Warren Sapp looked like Wednesday's dinner for a hungry shark in the Florida Keys.
Sapp was enjoying a fishing trip with Two Conchs Charters. While he went down to grab a lobster, he was bitten on the arm by a four-foot nurse shark. He patched the open wound with electrical tape, according to reports.
"Shark won that round, but we won the War!! #DinnerTimeBaby#SappLobstering," Sapp wrote on Instagram.
He has since added a shirt to his online store picturing himself wrestling a shark, with the hashtag #sappfishing.
"It's simple," charter captain Jack Carlson told the Tampa Bay Times. "He was lobstering with me and a shark bit Sapp while he was grabbing the lobster. He's OK."
"We bandaged it up, put some gauze on there, some black electrical tape and hit a couple more spots, then headed in," Carlson told the Times.
Sapp, 43, had 96.5 career sacks and 19 forced fumbles in 13 NFL seasons.