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Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp has been spouting off over the past week about Simeon Rice being a better play than former Giants defensive end Michael Strahan. Like myself, New York Giants Senior Vice President of Communications Pat Hanlon seems to be sick of Sapp and took a dig at him on Twitter last night. Warren Sapp should take Brian Cashman's advice… — pat hanlon (@giantspathanlon) June 26, 2013 Hanlon is referring to Yankees general manager Brian Cashman telling Alex Rodriguez to “shut the f*** up.” I agree with Hanlon, I wish Sapp would just shut up.   Need NFL Tickets? The post Giants VP of Communications takes a dig at Warran Sapp appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

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  • Sapp is too phucking stupid to shut up. He needs to draw attention to himself because he is so irrelevant. He should check his numbers compared to Strahan, they dwarf his numbers. Sapp is a joke.
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