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
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There was speculation that Warren Sapp might be out of his broadcasting gigs after his false snitch accusation about Jeremy Shockey, especially after he was reprimanded by NFL Network.
Warren Sapp has never been shy about sharing his opinion, regardless of whose feelings he may be hurting.
Warren Sapp opened up about the financial problems he’s facing and told the Tampa Bay Times in a recent interview that he opted for bankruptcy over jail.
Already filing for bankruptcy last week, Warren Sapp could be facing additional problems in his future.
Warren Sapp made well over $40 million in his football career from salaries and other monies, yet he filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida to receive relief from the debt he’s accrued.
Jose Canseco, last seen being dropped from the Mexican League over a testosterone issue, is targeting ex-NFL player Warren Sapp for his next celebrity fight.
Warren Sapp created quite the buzz when he threw Jeremy Shockey under the bus and accused him of being a snitch in the NFL’s investigation of the Saints’ infamous bounty program.