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Warren Sapp (arg"U"ing with hookers)

Sapp is not the player he used to be. His skills have gone down while his ego has just become bigger. Sure the guy can still play but would you want to put up with him in the locker room? He's nothing but a cheap shot artist and a punk. I feel bad for whatever team he lands on (except if it's Baltiwhore).
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Report: Warren Sapp files for Chapter 7

Former NFL star Warren Sapp has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida, with court documents showing that he has racked up $6.7 million in debts, TMZ reported Friday.
In the court documents, Sapp says he has $6.45 million in assets ? including items such as 240 pairs of Jordan sneakers and sandals, a lion skin rug, and a boxing glove signed by Muhammad Ali.
One obvious item missing from the list, however, is Sapp's 2002 Super Bowl ring from his days with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the celebrity website reported.
Among his debts, 39-year-old Sapp reportedly owes hundreds of thousands of dollars in child support and nearly $1 million to the IRS.
The TMZ report did not say where in Florida that Sapp, who was born in Orlando, filed for bankruptcy.

Entire article: http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/warren-sapp-nfl-great-files-for-chapter-7-bankruptcy-040612
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Warren Sapp makes half a million per year on the NFL Network and is worth about $6.5 million, but he owes a little more than that to four different women for child support bills.

You can't fix stupid. :bonk:
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When it rains it pours

A bad week for NFL analyst Warren Sapp was tipped to get worse, with a report indicating the bankrupt former defensive tackle will be ditched from his TV analyst gig.
The NFL Network was expected to drop Sapp in the wake of his comments over the Saints bounty scandal, The Boston Globe reported Sunday, citing two league sources.

Luckily he'll have that Miami degree to fall back on.
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