Sapp: Tampa Bay Legend *VIDEOS*



Sapp, it’s a word, it’s a name, but in Tampa it’s the standard.
Warren Carlos Sapp was taken with the 12th overall pick in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. That day, a legend was born, a football legend, a Buccaneer legend. The legend of Sapp.

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Player Bio:
Warren Sapp, DT, Miami
HT: 6’0 WT: 300 lbs

– 1st round pick (12th) in the 1995 NFL Draft
– Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1995–2003)
– Oakland Raiders (2004–2007)

– First ballot Hall of Famer
– Super Bowl champion (XXXVII)
– 7× Pro Bowl (1997–2003)
– 4× First-team All-Pro (1999–2002)
– 2× Second-team All-Pro (1997, 1998)
– NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1999)
– NFL 1990s All-Decade Team
– NFL 2000s All-Decade Team
– Tampa Bay Buccaneers No. 99 retired
– Lombardi Award (1994)
Bronko Nagurski Trophy (1994)
– Big East Defensive Player of the Year (1994)
– Unanimous All-American (1994)



Sapp wasn’t just entertaining on the field. He had some famous and infamous moments off the field as well.

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Warren Sapp has cemented his place in Buccaneers history by stockpiling stats and highlights throughout his career.

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Sapp’s stats and highlights should be enough proof of Warren‘s legendary status but it was his performance against a legend that cemented Sapp’s status. Brett Farve said it best:

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The battles between Sapp & Farve typically extended past the whistle with everything from a cold stare to straight up trash talking. This was somehow done with respect. Respect towards the game and towards each other.

The battles between Sapp & Farve remain as some of the finest memories of Sapp’s career.

The Buccaneers would induct Sapp into the Buccaneers Ring of Honor in 2013.

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That same year Sapp would receive what some call the ultimate honor in football, being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the first ballot.

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Sapp has a podcast and it’s a good one. Subscribe to his YouTube channel here:

Check out one of his podcast episodes below.

Warren Sapp came to a team mired in a loosing culture. He said he would change it. He wasn’t kidding.

Warren Sapp is a legend!