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Warren Sapp was a Miami Hurricane. Then, he became a Tampa Bay Buccaneer. Somewhere along the line he played as an Oakland Raider and now he is trying out to be a United States Bankrupter. Changing teams, affiliations and contracts could not change the inevitable demise of his bank account as the announcer for NFL Networks realizes that his assets must exceed his debts and that hasn't been the case of a raiding buccaneer headed into a baby-mama hurricane.
One of the most impressive things that both college and NFL scout saw in Sapp was his fleet feet. For a big man, he always got praise that the way he could sidestep and maneuver his dogs helped him obtain that sanctified ground to pound the quarterback. Somewhere along the line, it got to his head. Sapp had a collection of Air Jordans out of this stratosphere. As if he had his airness' ability, Warren decidedly spent the dough to be outfitted like the six-time NBA champ in sneakers.
His bankruptcy filing reported more than $30,000 worth of those kicks as part of his assets – some 240 pairs. A quick check with our legal counsel and the underlying (highlight lying) theme of a bankruptcy filing is that the $30,000 figure is the low-ball value. Catch our drift?
The seven-time Pro Bowler has always been one to sound off with his opinion. Maybe that's why he works now for the NFL Network. The Orlando native provided the league with many opportunities to gain money through the fine system and he gave them ample reason.
In 2002, Sapp anchored the Tampa Bay Buccaneer defense that won the Super Bowl before being shipped off to Oakland. He signed a six-year, $36 million deal that somewhere along the line went flat. Now with assets reported at $6.45 million and bills that amount to $6.75 million, it really sounds like a baby mama spat that Sapp wants the courts to help him out. On the field, he only relied on his fleet feet.