B&C Morning Show: Warren Sapp Opens Up In The Allstate Studio
Since retiring from the NFL back in 2007, after a 13-year career which included a Super Bowl win back in 2002 with the Bucs, Warren Sapp has remained relevant working as an analyst and making news.
Sapp joined Boomer & Craig in the Allstate Studio this morning to talk about and promote his new book, ‘Sapp Attack’, talk about his playing days and what has been going-on since his playing days have concluded, including his well-documented financial problems.
Sapp said he is doing just fine personally, explaining that he chose bankruptcy and that he lost – not sold – his Super Bowl ring and taht he has no plans to go into the porn business to pay the bills.
Sapp talked about what it would have been like if he had played in New York, what Keyshawn Johnson once said that made him realize that he was not a good guy, he offered his take on the Sanchez-Tebow ‘experiment’ the Jets are toying with, bounties and snitches were discussed, as well as the ‘brotherhood’ that apparently exists among NFL players, his own Hall of Fame candidacy as well as that of his former teammate John Lynch.
Keeping it local, Sapp imagined what he would have done if he had ever found himself matched-up opposite Jets offensive lineman Wayne Hunter and said he is not at all surprised by the success of Eli Manning.
Before saying goodbye, the guys discussed the erotic best seller ’50 Shades of Grey’, talked about their shared love for ‘motor boatin’, Warren Sapp ‘the judge’ and of course we learned what Mr. Sapp is benching these days…