NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp had no problem with “gas money” rewards for big plays during his 13-year career, but he never encountered a “bounty.”
NFL Network’s Warren Sapp held nothing back Thursday when he summed up the 0-1 Steelers as “old and slow,” going so far as tell “The Dan Patrick Show” that his 13-year-old daughter, Mercedes Sapp, could cover WR Hines Ward.
That collective thud you hear? It’s the masses jumping off the Steelers’ bandwagon after Sunday’s lashing at the hands of the Ravens. NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp stopped by “The Dan Patrick Show” to provide his take on Pittsburgh’s rough start.
NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp, never one to bite his tongue, wasn’t shy about sharing his thoughts on the reaction from James Harrison and LaMarr Woodley over what’s now known as the “Steelers rule.”
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There’s a lengthy list of head coaches who are deserving to be in the conversation as the NFL’s Coach of the Year. Warren Sapp‘s choice is Raheem Morris.