Warren Sapp On Bucs Defense

August 11th, 2011

In this St. Petersburg Times video, former Bucs great Warren Sapp, who hung out at One Buc Palace yesterday, talks about the Bucs defense, specifically Gerald McCoy and Adrian Clayborn.

7 Responses to “Warren Sapp On Bucs Defense”

  1. J.J-GIVEaWAY Says:

    oh yea,lets do this,im fired up

  2. RIs_Buc Says:

    Looking into my crystal ball I see:

    Millard is the Bucs Def. Coord

    and Mr Sapp is his D-line coach.

    dream scenerio but it kind of makes sense, no? Sapp can really light a fire under these young guys and Millard, although a position coach, is going to shoot up the NFL ranks….

  3. Joe Says:

    dream scenerio but it kind of makes sense, no?

    No. Sapp is making more cash now with the NFL Network than he would coaching and working less hours.

    That’s why you don’t see Derrick Brooks coaching. He’s making more cash with his business interests and SiriusXM NFL Radio and the Storm than he would coaching, and less hours too.

  4. RIs_Buc Says:

    let me dream Joe, let me dream…
    Sapp is really good on TV though – he isnt going anywhere….

  5. HIRE GREG OLSON! Says:

    Great players = great coaches is the biggest misconception in sports…

    That being said, this video was great. Nice of Sapp to come back and contribute, especially for how misguided some fans’ opinions are of him…

    “WAR-REN!!” Forever, buddy!!!

  6. Buc Neckid Says:

    it’s good to see a “nice” Warren Sapp.
    Dude is awesome when he is fired up and in his element like this.
    If his excitement about the “potential” of this Bucs team, especially the D-Line, does not get you fire up, nothing will.

  7. McBuc Says:

    This is McBuc’s “hand picked” Warren Sapp quote from yesterday presser…

    “When I was young I didn’t have many sacks. I remember my rookie year being grabbed and looking back at the referee and saying ‘He’s holding me.’ He’s like, ‘Grow up.’”

    Just a question Thomas, did you think the Bucs should have sent Sapp packing during his rookie year and the off season following?

 
 

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