Found April 11, 2012 on Lost My Way:
Picture Sapp, pictured here in a suit presumably rented from a homeless man. It seems like every week there is another future Hall of Famer filing for bankruptcy. Not long ago, Terrell Owens came out and told the public his sad story, now we have Warren Sapp - a Super Bowl and National Championship winner claiming that he is $6.7 million in debt. I said it before and I'll say it again, it's hard to feel bad for people who go broke after earning multi-millions over the course of several years. However, I completely understand how it happens. You see, when they're used to living the lifestyle of a millionaire, they forget how to live any other way. So when their money stops rolling in and they live the same way, they climb into a serious amount of debt. Also, they have mad babies and ****. And as we all know, babies ruin everything.

Some of you brighter folks might bring up the point that Sapp has been working at NFL Network as an analyst making $540,000 a year, which is more than enough money for normal people. But not for a guy that has $6.4 million in assets, including 240 pairs of Jordans, a lion skin rug, a large nude women painting, a De Grisogono watch, a Super Bowl ring, and a National Championship ring. Why doesn't he just sell that ****, you ask? Sapp claims that the watch has scratches on it and, I **** you not, he's telling everyone the rings are "missing". Sure they are, Warren. Good luck settling your debts with your 4 different baby mamas while I head to Mordor and search for your "missing rings".

TL;DR Warren Sapp is filing for bankruptcy because he bought too many Jordans and had too many babies and again, I don't feel even a little bad.

Warren Sapp files for bankruptcy? [HuffPost Sports]

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