Found August 05, 2012 on IMAGE CPR SPORTS:
NFL Network analyst and seven-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Warren Sapp owns 240 pairs of Air Jordans that are now up for auction as part of his bankruptcy case, according to TMZ. The former Tampa Bay Bucs and Oakland Raiders star spent lots of cash on the shoes. The entire collection is believed to be worth about $6,500. Sapp wore many of the size 15 shoes, but most have been untouched and are still in their boxes. After all, he only has two feet.
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