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  1. drew4008

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    "According to Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin, Warren Sapp has lost 49 pounds since last season and currently rests at 285.
    Sapp showed he still has a lot left in the tank with a huge 2006 season (10 sacks, 67 total tackles). At his new weight, the 34-year-old should remain a highly productive under tackle with Terdell Sands on the nose."

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    http://www.rotoworld.com/content/pl...ngnews.asp?sport=NFL&id=834&line=92404&spln=1
    Last edited: May 6, 2007
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    #24 Jersey

    Wouldnt losing 49 pounds be a bad thing now?

    Thats a ton of weight for one offseason.
  3. Patjew

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    No Jersey Selected

    He is a true prick.
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    #54 Jersey

    It doesn't mather if he is at 285 or 334 he is still a jerk.
  5. dhamz

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    It would take more than 49 pounds for Sapp to get down to 285.
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    Shouldn't that jerk retired two years ago after the Patriots and Ross Hochstein beat his ass?
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    Bella*chick Addicted to the light

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    #12 Jersey

    I saw the thread title and thought, holy crap, Warren Sapp got his head cut off?
  8. LiveShot

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    The only way Sapp could lose 49# would be to shed his ego.:p
  9. bradmahn

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    I just remember his ridiculous commentary pre-SBXXXVIII, and how he thought the Panthers defensive line was going to tear up the Pats O-line and Carolina was going to win it all. What a douche.
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    Well everyone thought that, and so did I. But I thought we were going to win. Very good game btw:)
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    Best SB win ever by the Pats. Most memorable goes to XXXVI

    Sapp is still a punk. 49 lbs lighter or not.
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    Sapp if funny as hell, his commentary on america's game 2002 Bucs, was the best so far by any player.

    He's not that bad of a guy, I can think of alot worse, why is everyone so critical of him, just cuz he thought the pats O-line was in trouble?

    we should thank him he probably Fired them up with his comments.
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    #95 Jersey

    omg!!!
    i forgot about that
    good call

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