Al Davis knows football -- it's just '60s and '70s football -- that's what it isSapp says Lane Kiffin 'treated unfairly' Oct 02, 2008
There was absolutely no need for you to do soSapp fined $50,000, warned by NFL Oct 14, 2003
It's something they've been talking about doing for a whileIn Sports from United Press International Jan 30, 2003
We've been talking four or five years about what it would be like to win the Super Bowl, but we couldn't imagine anything like we just saw out thereIn Sports from United Press International Jan 28, 2003
We've been talking four or five years about what it would be like to win the Super Bowl, but we couldn't imagine anything like we just saw out thereIn Sports from United Press International Jan 29, 2003
Warren Harrison Sapp (born December 19, 1972) is a retired American football player who played defensive tackle in the National Football League. He played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders during his 13 year professional career, and college football for the University of Miami Hurricanes. He was then drafted by the Buccaneers in the 1995 NFL Draft as the 12th overall pick. He spent nine seasons with the team where he earned seven trips to the Pro Bowl and a Super Bowl ring in 2002. He moved to the Raiders in 2004.
His 96.5 career sacks are the second-highest career total sacks for a defensive tackle and the 28th highest overall for a defensive lineman. His 77 sacks with the Buccaneers is second in the team's history. During Sapp's career, he has been the source of some controversy because of his hard-hitting style of play and his occasional verbal outbursts, both on the field and off. Some of these resulted in NFL fines, and he was once ejected from a game for unsportsmanlike conduct.
Sapp came in 2nd place on Season 7 of Dancing With The Stars. He was paired with professional dancer Kym Johnson. He was one of the roasters in the Comedy Central Roast of Larry The Cable Guy.