Originally written on Jocks and Stiletto Jill  |  Last updated 4/6/12

Add another former jock to the list of “broke ballers.” Former NFL star and current analyst Warren Sapp has filed for bankruptcy in Florida. Sapp owes various creditors $6.74 million. That figure includes child support to 4 different “baby’s mamas” naturally. Here’s a rundown of Sapp’s assets as well as his bills Sapp says he [...]

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  • Just another piece of crap that was given everything but self respect because he could play football. A loser in every sense of the word, 4 different women pregnant with his kids and now he is filing bankruptcy??? hope is is homeless and living on the street in his elder years.
  • It's so sad that a man who was so gifted at a game has no concept of life and the values of it. 4 women and children left to fend for themselves or worse us as tax payers to support them. Warren has always be a cocky arrogant person with no regard for anyone but himself. I wish no ill will upon anyone however GOD will bring his wrath upon this self righteous piece of ****.
  • Really. You spent all your money. Dude, WTF You felt bad for Dewayne Johnson at the U. Like U did when U sacked a Quarterback. I just shake my head.
  • im speahless , he is a great judge of nfl talent ,and he had to ride 4 different women ,thats sad.
  • 4 diffrent women the sad part is kids growing up without a father in the home and will repeat the same. Now he want the tax payers to pay for all his baby mamas kids. Warren a little advice your next relationship be a spoke person for condoms and try wearing them in future relationships. I AM WOMEN and dis-respects men as yourself.
  • While working for the Bucs during Sapp's entire tenor I found him to be a prejudice, conceded S.O.B.. He was not a great representitive for an already judged race in which I see everyone as a singular individual regardless of anything.
    He is part of the human race that creates the world's problems. He is a taker of everything for the sake of himself.
    I sure hope the creditors look into his hidden assets and finances.
    God works in mysterious ways.
  • If this is true...why don't sports figures and other people who make sooooo much money learn how to save it ???? I guess they were never taught or were too busy living the good life....you reap what you sow........
  • Sapp was the perfect name for the dirtiest, loudmouth player in the NFL! It looks like he managed his checkbook like he did his mouth. Wide open all the time! No sympathy for the Jerk, here!!!
  • He's just another jacka** like all the others who make millions of dollars each year and spend it like it's burning holes in their pockets and don't think about what they are gonna do later on down the line. God forbid any of them should get a REAL JOB!!!!! In respect to the woman who commented about him wanting our tax dollars to pay for his kids...they won't be any different than the ones we already pay for and I would like to know when I will get to claim all these kids on my tax return!! LOL
  • I think this "Sapp" is just hiding or sheltering his money because A: He's a deadbeat Baby-Daddy. And B: Because he know's the heat, and possible lawsuit is about to come down on him and the NFL because he opened his big mouth about who blew to whistle on BountyGate.
  • I wonder if Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson know about this.
  • Isnt Sapp the same mouthflapping idiot who accused the previous owner of Tampa Bay of being a slavemaster?Yes it is.And its just a matter of time before Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson come out and say how its everybody elses fault that the racsist Sapp is broke.Yes he ran his personal life and his finances like the rest of the proggresive liberal filth,like the worthless,scumsucking trash that they are.
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