Violation Of Probation?

July 2nd, 2015
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More bad news.

The news just gets more depressing for former Bucs great Warren Sapp.

Joe suspects — provided Sapp is not behind bars — that when the calendar year flips to 2016, Sapp is going to be one drunk mofo.

Joe, too, would drink to kick 2015 in the arse out the door after a year like Sapp has had — and it isn’t even Fourth of July yet!

Just this year, Sapp has been busted with a pair of hookers in Phoenix, lost his $45,000-a-month gig with NFL Network, and then was arrested for a domestic dispute with his girlfriend in Vegas, which allegedly included stomping on her face.

Now comes word that Sapp’s latest mishap in Vegas may violate his plea deal in Arizona with the hookers. As a result, Sapp may serve in a Phoenix cage. has the sad details.

Warren Sapp has BLOWN one of the greatest plea deals ever — AZ prosecutors are gunning to put him IN JAIL for breaking their deal in his hooker case by getting charged with domestic violence in Vegas … TMZ Sports has learned.

We broke the story … Sapp cut a huge deal with prosecutors in AZ after he was busted with prostitutes in February in which he agreed to complete various counseling programs and stay out of trouble, and in exchange the charges would be thrown out. Problem is … the agreement specifically states that if he gets charged with ANY OTHER crime while enrolled in the program, the deal is off and Sapp would get 30 days in jail and 24 months probation.

Fast forward to Vegas … where Sapp was just charged with 3 counts of domestic violence for allegedly beating up his longtime girlfriend stemming from an incident in April. AZ prosecutors took notice … and this week, they filed new court docs seeking to hold Sapp responsible — looking to enforce the terms of the Arizona sentence, ASAP.

Yes, Joe knows many Bucs fans alienated by Sapp will holler, “Reap what you sow.” Still, we are talking about a franchise icon.

It just bums Joe out to see Sapp’s life spiraling out of control like this.

19 Responses to “Violation Of Probation?”

  1. Sick of the Wait Says:


  2. TouchDownTampaBay Says:

    He needs to be taken out of the ring of honor ASAP!

  3. Buc-A-New Says:

    A sense of entitlement can be Very Dangerous

  4. Golfball mike Says:

    I’m glad.he is a a hole

  5. Strider #FamousJameis Says:

    No way he always stays in that ring of honor. I feel for him life sucks sometimes you just gotta keep pushin sapp

  6. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    This is so very, very sad. Warren obviously has some serious mental issues….and I fear for his future.
    As far as the ring of honor….I don’t know if there are any pre-set conditions that are in place to keep or remove a player….I think that’s a really tough decision. I’m really on the fence with it.

  7. Steve Says:

    I feel Sapp should stay in the ROH. After all the ROH doesn’t represent a guy’s character, it represent his accomplishments on the field. And no one can argue that what he did on the field was anything short of spectacular. We are fortunate to have a great soul like Lee Roy be the founding father of this great franchise. Unfortunately there will be bad eggs in that mix of Bucs legends. GO BUCS!

  8. Buc1987 Says:

    TouchDownTampaBay Says:
    July 2nd, 2015 at 8:21 am

    “He needs to be taken out of the ring of honor ASAP!”


  9. Espo Says:

    Odon’t understand why this makes some people happy. We flat out do not have a title without him. This isn’t just a black spot for him. This tarnished the entire Bay Area sports community.

  10. Buccfan37 Says:

    Take Sapp out of the ring for these petty offenses. NO WAY!! Wake up people, these events have zero to do with his past Buc greatness.

  11. Buc1987 Says:

    Take him out of the Ring of Honor?

    I don’t care if he murdered someone. His name doesn’t come off that stadium!

    Bunch of pretentious a-holes lurking on this site.

    YOU people LOVED Sapp on the field. LOVED HIM!

    So please. Please STHU about taking his name down.

    I’ll tell you what. If that name comes down. I won’t go to another Bucs game AGAIN!

    Yes what he did was bad, but what if he was one of your family members? Do you kick him out of your family?


  12. Buc1987 Says:


  13. Miguel grande Says:

    Let’s castrate him!!!

  14. ruggyup Says:

    Better still, drop the subject completely! Why sportswriters, bloggers, fans and camp followers waste time, eyes and ink on human flotsam is beyond me. Give us more like the Moss/Evans and stop marginalizing the Bucs’ effort.

  15. Kingpin Says:

    Obviously Sapp needs some help, hope he gets it before it’s to late! Anyone who says they should take his name off the ring of honor is an idiot. He is a Buc and always will be!

  16. RJBucnut Says:

    He’s just a bad person it’s as simple as that. I think getting inducted gave him a false sense of entitlement and on top of that he’s a jerk. Society is better without him in it!!

  17. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    When someone is spiraling this quickly it’s always frightening because the question is always…how far do they have to go before hitting bottom. Let’s hope Warren has already bottomed out.

  18. rfdes Says:

    Baffles me as to how he has stayed out of trouble up to now. I thought years ago that he was/is a loser. Icon or not, I have no sympathy for this deviant.

  19. Kevin Says:

    He is definitely a jerk….but it’s sad to see that he is not smart enough to learn when enough is enough. At some point you have to calm down and walk away from the b.s or it will catch up with you. Some sooner than others. Part of me wants to feel bad for him, then the other part says screw him he’s a grown man and should know by now how to avoid these kind of situations. Hopefully after time served he changes things around.