Bubba the Love Sponge’s wife Heather Clem reportedly made sex tapes with Deion Sanders, Warren Sapp, Tony Stewart

This sex tape business involving wrestler Hulk Hogan, shock jock Bubba the Love Sponge, and Bubba’s ex-wife Heather Clem (now Heather Cole, and pictured) is taking another wild turn.

We passed along a report in March saying that an alleged Hulk Hogan sex tape was being shopped. The video was real, and Gawker.com was sued by the Hulkster for publishing it.

The video was of Hogan having sex with the ex-wife of radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge, Heather Clem. Reports last month claimed that Clem regularly had sex with other men with Bubba’s consent, so long as she videotaped it.

Now, Gawker, which is being sued for $100 million for posting a clip of the sex tape on their website, reports that Deion Sanders, Warren Sapp, Tony Stewart, and Aubrey Huff are among those who also had sex with Clem on tape.

It seems like an odd group, but we can at least explain two of the hookups: former Bucs DL Sapp and former Rays 1B/OF Huff were both big athletes in the Tampa area where Bubba broadcasts from. And Stewart, well Stewart just loves women.

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Warren Sapp calls Brandon Marshall a ‘retard,’ Marshall rips Sapp in return

Warren Sapp getting himself into trouble by saying dumb things is nothing new, but that doesn’t mean the subjects of his criticism can’t take it personally. Brandon Marshall is furious with Sapp, and rightfully so. During an appearance on “The Dan Patrick Show” Friday, Sapp called Marshall a “retard” while ranting about how players in today’s game don’t respect the NFL’s past.

“These kids that play the game today have no relevance for the past. Have no conscious of what it is,” Sapp said according to CBS Chicago. “I mean, Brandon Marshall talking about Shannon Sharpe, who is he to talk? He’s the first 100 catch receiver, back-to-back, retard. What you just did in Denver for three years. You don’t know this? No, of course he doesn’t, because it’s not about Brandon Marshall, it ain’t about (inaudible), it ain’t about the past, it’s about me. It’s about personal success, pay me, and now I’ll think about being a team guy.”

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Warren Sapp’s mansion being sold by bankruptcy court (Pictures)

Warren Sapp’s financial troubles led him to file for bankruptcy in April, and now his mansion is being sold. A bankruptcy court has listed the Windermere, Florida, mansion for $3.774 million, according to Realtor.com. If it doesn’t sell, it will go up for auction on Nov. 1.

Here’s what we’re working with, per Realtor.com:

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Jon Gruden reportedly told Bucs he was going to get ‘two hotel rooms for all my bitches’ if they reached Super Bowl

Whether you are a Warren Sapp fan or not, you can probably find something in his new book that entertains you. The book, “Sapp Attack,” came out on Tuesday and contains all sorts of accounts from Sapp’s career that coaches and players were probably hoping would never become public information. Take former Bucs coach Jon Gruden, for example.

According to Deadspin, one section of Sapp’s book talks about the motivational speech Gruden gave before the 2002 NFC Championship game between the Bucs and Eagles. He went over the things Tampa Bay needed to do to win the game, and closed it out with an absolute bang.

He stood up in front of us and explained that there were 10 things we needed to do to beat the Eagles. Ten Things! He went down the list one by one, blah blah blah, blah blah blah, we’d heard it all. But then he got to the number one thing we needed to do, and he started talking about their kick returner Brian Mitchell. “I want Brian Mitchell’s ass on a plate,” he said. “And once we finish with the Philadelphia Eagles we are going to go to San Diego for the Super Bowl…” he paused, grinned and concluded, “Where the coach is gonna get two hotel rooms for all my bitches!”

The room erupted. Exploded. That was it, that was the greatest motivational speech ever. There isn’t even a second place. “The coach is gonna get two hotel rooms for all my bitches!”

If Bill Belichick talking about having an erection wasn’t funny enough for you, perhaps Gruden’s speech is. And if your head coach talking about all the tail he’s going to get doesn’t make you want to win a Super Bowl, I don’t know what would.

Warren Sapp: Bill Belichick said he wanted to draft me so bad he had an erection

When Bill Belichick was coaching the Browns back in the mid-1990s, he had his sights set a defensive tackle from Miami named Warren Sapp. That is, assuming you believe Sapp’s recollection of his exchange with the three-time Super Bowl champion head coach. During an appearance on the “The Scott Van Pelt Show,” Sapp talked about a short meeting he had with Belichick following his pro day in 1995.

“He’s like ‘I just wanna tell you this before I go,'” Sapp recalled. “He said ‘I wanna draft you so bad that I have an erection right now. But Mike Lombardi would not let me draft you.'”

As JoeBucsFan.com pointed out, Sapp recently told Howard Stern that Lombardi, who worked in the Browns front office, wanted nothing to do with him because of some inaccurate information the Browns security team found about Sapp’s background that scared them away. Apparently Cleveland’s head coach at the time really appreciated Warren’s talent, and given how his ensuing career unfolded Sapp probably would have been a good pick for the Browns.

While it is not surprising to hear Sapp reveal information about someone that they don’t want going public, it will be exciting to see how Belichick reacts when the first reporter has the stones to ask him about this during a press conference. Will we see the Belichick who kept it loose leading up to the Super Bowl or the one who would rather have four root canals in a day than answer a question about an injury? Time will tell.

Helmet smack to Pro Football Talk

Warren Sapp still thinks Jeremy Shockey was Saints bounty snitch

Warren Sapp still believes Jeremy Shockey snitched on the Saints about their alleged bounty program, though he has slightly revised his original stance.

During a 40-minute visit with Mike Francesa on WFAN to promote his new book “Sapp Attack,” the former Bucs and Raiders defensive tackle maintained his belief that Jeremy Shockey snitched on the Saints.

“I stick by my source,” Sapp said. “Some of the information that was given to them, he was one of them.”

Sapp continues to slander Shockey despite being reprimanded by NFL Network, and despite apologizing to Shockey.

He also confirmed to Francesa that he was punished by NFL Network.

“I guess that’s what you call it,” Sapp said when asked about being reprimanded. “30 days at home.”

Count Francesa as someone who believes Shockey could have snitched on the Saints. The host responded to Sapp’s allegation by saying, “it wouldn’t surprise me.”

Sapp proved that he really hasn’t learned from the original incident. If he realized it was wrong to make that allegation on such a big stage, then he wouldn’t be repeating it now. It’s also noteworthy that he seemed to revise his original accusation.

The way Sapp first presented his allegation against Shockey, he made it seem like the tight end WAS the reason the Saints were investigated and punished by the NFL. In his interview with Francesa, he softened his stance and said the tight end was only one of the sources, which doesn’t make Shockey look as bad.

Either way, Sapp still looks foolish for continuing to slander Shockey months after being punished and apologizing.

H/T Jimmy Traina

Warren Sapp says he apologized to Jeremy Shockey

After publicizing his baseless claims that Jeremy Shockey was the snitch in the Saints bounty scandal and also somehow keeping his job with NFL Network, Warren Sapp has apologized to the man he threw under the bus. Or so he says.

Sapp was a guest on Toucher and Rich on 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston recently and said that he apologized to Shockey when the two ran into each other not long after the whole ordeal involving them began. While Sapp still stands by his “reporting,” he said he was sorry for the way he handled it.

“I saw Jeremy about a week after it all went down at a Heat game … and I told him, I said, ‘I apologize for putting it on the street level and making it derogatory towards you,’” Sapp said (via Sports Radio Interviews). “The information that was passed to me, I stand by my source, but I hate that I put it on a level, that wasn’t the way it should be. … That’s what I apologized for, because I put it on a way lower level than it should’ve been. It was something serious that never shoulda went on and stuff like that. So that’s the problem I have with myself and what I said to him.”

Sapp also added that he believes he and Shockey are on proper terms now.

“The two times I’ve seen him I haven’t had a problem with him, but if he does we can go out in the grass and get it over with,” Sapp said. “I don’t have a problem with getting my knuckles a little scarred up.”

Now, we still have yet to hear from Shockey if Sapp’s attempted apology was substantial enough for him. If it’s not, we should buy air time for this grass fight Sapp appears eager for.

H/T Pro Football Talk