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He was almost immediately given the starting job as Buccaneer right defensive tackle which he held for his entire nine-year stay in Tampa.He finished his rookie season with 27 tackles and one interception and continued to be a prolific, intimidating tackler for the Buccaneers, (51 tackles and nine sacks in 1996, 58 tackles and 10.5 sacks in 1997).The others are Mean Joe Greene, Jack Lambert, Lester Hayes, Lawrence Taylor, Bob Sanders, Reggie White and Sapp's former teammate, Derrick Brooks.
During the late 1980s, he was honored for outstanding football play at Apopka High School in Apopka, Florida at linebacker, tight end, place-kicker and punter.In an exchange caught by television cameras following the game, Packer coach Mike Sherman approached Sapp and said to him, "That was a chickenshit play." In response, Sapp screamed at Sherman: "You talk tough? " Sapp later called Sherman "a lying, shit-eating hound. If I was 25 years old and didn't have a kid and a conscience, I would have given him an ass-kicking right there at the 30-yard line." Sherman later added, "The joviality that existed after [the hit] when a guy's lying on the ground, with numbness in his legs and fingers, I just thought that wasn't appropriate for any NFL player." During pregame warmups for the December 23, 2002 Monday Night Football game at Raymond James Stadium, Warren skipped among the Pittsburgh Steelers as they warmed up.Steeler running back Jerome Bettis shoved him, touching off a heated argument between the two teams.He lost 49 pounds before the 2007 season, and recorded 37 tackles (24 solo), 2 sacks and 2 forced fumbles.On January 3, 2008, Sapp told Raider owner Al Davis over the phone that he would retire and confirmed this on his website in just two words: "I'M DONE! At the time of his retirement, Sapp was one of only six defensive players in NFL history to make the Pro Bowl, be named Defensive Player of the Year and win a Super Bowl or pre-Super-Bowl NFL title.
He disrupted the opposition's offense even when double- or even triple-teamed on the line.