Very few people would argue that Simeon Rice had a better NFL career than Michael Strahan, but Warren Sapp likes to be different. Plus, Sapp and Strahan don’t exactly get along. Earlier this ye
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When you move past the fact that Darrelle Revis is coming off major knee surgery and will be making more money than any defensive back in NFL history, he looks like a steal for the Tampa Bay Buccaneer
Someone at the NFL Network needs to let Warren Sapp know that a microphone is different from a camera. During a segment on “Total Access” on Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Sc
Michael Strahan responded early Friday morning to Warren Sapp, who seemingly bragged Wednesday about making it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame over Strahan.
Sapp was announced last weekend as one
We already know how many of 2002 Oakland Raiders feel about Tim Brown claiming that Bill Callahan sabotaged the team in Super Bowl XXXVII. Aside from Jerry Rice, it appears that Brown’s opinion
Warren Sapp may have surrendered many valuable items when he filed for bankruptcy, but his Super Bowl ring was not one of them.
You may recall that when Sapp filed for bankruptcy earlier this year, h
Warren Sapp is not a fan of Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. The former pass-rushing specialist made that clear once again during an appearance on “The Jim Rome Show” on Thurs
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.
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 wi
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, a