“I hugged him and wouldn’t let him go,” Sapp said. “I said, ‘Please forgive me.’ I said, ‘Dumb Lex Luthor came to the city of Gotham and pulled Superman’s cape. How foolish could I have been, my man? Please forgive me.’”
Giants great Michael Strahan is beyond excited to be selected as a member of this year’s Pro Football Hall of Fame class. “It’s incredible,” he said.
Strahan, a seven-time Pro Bowl defensive end, is heading to Canton, along with linebacker Derrick Brooks, receiver Andre Reed, defensive back Aeneas Williams, offensive lineman Walter Jones, defensive end Claude Humphrey, and punter Ray Guy.
If it wasn’t personal before, it definitely is now. Warren Sapp took his feud with Michael Strahan to a new low when he made reference to the Giants legend’s “gap tooth” and challenged him to a one-on-one meeting anytime, anywhere.
“Playing football, sacking quarterbacks, that was part of my life, and I did it and I moved on. The tiger does not pay attention to the opinion of the sheep.”
For whatever reason, Warren Sapp has a real problem with Michael Strahan getting into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, which could very well happen Saturday when the inductees for 2014 are announced.
Giants great Michael Strahan is among the 15 modern-era finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Both have ample hardware. If winning is still the quintessential QB metric, then Ben Roethlisberger is indeed better than Eli Manning, says Jason Keidel.
Perennial All-Pro linebacker Derrick Brooks and wide receiver Marvin Harrison were among 25 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s class of 2014 announced Wednesday night.
What separates Sapp from the other idiots is something that goes deeper than simple stupidity. There’s a classlessness about him that shows up whenever he opens his mouth or bangs his thumbs on a smartphone.
“Warren doesn’t know, never played with him,” Barber said Monday. “I don’t put any credence in his opinion.”
Sapp suggested that Michael Strahan was successful because he lined up against the opposition’s “worst lineman.”
Mathias Kiwanuka is going back to being a defensive end for the New York Giants — and as a starter. Kiwanuka was thrust into the role earlier this week when Jason Pierre-Paul had surgery to repair a herniated disc in his lower back.
There was a time when Coughlin wasn’t so beloved in New York — in the locker room, the media, you name it. “I went home one night and my wife said, ‘They hate you,’ ” he told WFAN on Thursday.
Here’s one thing you can depend on. When Tom Coughlin sits down to write a book, it’s not going to be the same old boring sports autobiography.