Warren Sapp comments on criticism of people in his book, concussions
NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp joined the show to talk about his new book and the big offseason stories.
Sapp talked about what has been perceived as “rips” in his new book. Dan asked him about criticizing Trent Dilfer and Keyshawn Johnson. He said that what he said about Dilfer was said by everyone, including the coach — he turned the ball over too often in Tampa Bay. And he admitted he didn’t get along with Keyshawn. And finally, Sapp admitted he ripped his former defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin for his play-calling in the NFC Championship Game when his Bucs lost to the Greatest Show on Turf Rams.
Sapp did talk about his allegations against Jeremy Shockey. “I apologized to the man for calling the man a snitch,” Sapp said.
Sapp commented on his children and football. He said his son plays lacrosse. Sapp said he himself never had a concussion. “I’ve been very fortunate,” Sapp said. “When I went in the training room I went with ankles and little things.”