Found January 24, 2013 on Pro Football Zone:
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With the recent comments from former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown that his former head coach Bill Callahan sabotaged Super Bowl XXXVIII, some of the Buccaneers’ players from their championship team sounded off. Of course former Bucs’ defensive tackle Warren Sapp and former wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson  had something to say. “You’re telling me (Callahan) threw it, Super Bowl, everything on the line?” Warren Sapp said, loudly, over the phone. “That’s like being at 25,000 on Mount Everest, and you only got 4,000 feet left, crisp, clear, top of the mountain in sight, and you just go, ‘Nah, I think I’ll just lay here a while.’ ” “We killed them,” Keyshawn Johnson said to Brooks. “We kicked their (butts). You did your job, I did my job, we all did, and we beat them all day and night and let’s just leave it at that.” Former Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks chimed in. “Obviously, Tim and Jerry, they had problems with Bill,” Brooks said. “And our game kind of got tied
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