Battery Charge Against Sapp Dropped

March 24th, 2010

The good state of Florida has decided that its charge of misdemeanor domestic battery against former Bucs great Warren Sapp was worthless.

Accused of smacking around a woman in his Miami-area hotel room before the Super Bowl, Sapp is now in the clear seven weeks later, BSPN is reporting today.

After his arrest, Sapp was yanked from his analyst gigs on NFL Network and Showtime. Joe sure hopes he gets reinstated immediately.

From Joe’s experience, the cops must have had a pretty miserable case against Sapp to start with. It will be interesting to see if the young lady allegedly struck by Sapp hits him with a lawsuit, or if Sapp files against her. Or perhaps they’ve shared a hot tub and some Caybrew recently and worked everything out.

Joe really will enjoy watching Sapp, if he returns to the media, put heat from afar on the Bucs’ brass in regards to which defensive tackle they should pick in the draft. So far, Sapp has praised Gerald McCoy’s feet over Ndamukong Suh’s strength.

Joe senses Sapp wants to make sure Mark Dominik picks the right guy.

Update: 11:40 a.mPer, the NFL Network has issued a statement: “In light of charges not being filed against Warren, we will sit down with him and review his status.”

3 Responses to “Battery Charge Against Sapp Dropped”

  1. bucfanjeff Says:


  2. Jonny Says:

    I really doubt Sapp gets reinstated/his job back with NFL Network. I hope he is retained on SHO’s Inside the NFL. If only Sapp stops laughing and talking simultaneously, I will be happy to see him back.

  3. RustyRhino Says:

    I am glad he is getting his opportunity? er um i mean review status to be back on NFL network. He is one of my Favorite talking heads on any of the networks. Glad that he is having the case dropped.