Found April 08, 2012 on

Warren Sapp hasn't had a good couple of weeks.  He casually fingered Jeremy Shockey as a "snitch" for the Saints bounty investigation and his financial business has been outed after he filed bankruptcy.  Now one of his employers may be done with him.


Warren Sapp lists cash on hand at $100 and NFL network salary at $45K per month

After taking a look at Warren Sapp’s bankruptcy filing you have to assume that a lot of this comes down to the back child support he owes in the amount of $876K to his former wife Jamiko Sapp and the fact that he maybe job free soon. I thumbed through the bankruptcy documents and found it interesting that Sapp lists his cash on hand at $100 although he does cite having a few thousand...

Report: Sapp files for Chaper 7

Former NFL star Warren Sapp has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida, with court documents showing that he has racked up $6.7 million in debts, TMZ reported Friday. In the court documents, Sapp says he has $6.45 million in assets -- including items such as 240 pairs of Jordan sneakers and sandals, a lion skin rug, and a boxing glove signed by Muhammad Ali. One obvious item...

Warren Sapp files for bankruptcy in Florida

Former NFL star Warren Sapp has filed for bankruptcy in South Florida. Court filings show Sapp filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Fort Lauderdale on March 30. The documents show he owes more than $6.7 million to creditors and back child support and alimony. Sapp's $6.45 million in assets includes over 200 pairs of Jordan sneakers. He also reported losing his 2002 Super Bowl...

Source: NFL Network to drop bankrupt Sapp

A bad week for NFL analyst Warren Sapp was tipped to get worse, with a report indicating the bankrupt former tight end will be ditched from his TV analyst gig. The NFL Network was expected to drop Sapp in the wake of his comments over the Saints bounty scandal, The Boston Globe reported Sunday, citing two league sources. Sapp, who reportedly filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida...

Warren Sapp’s money is looking funny

According to TMZ, Warren Sapp has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida. Sapp apparently has racked up $6.7 million in debt that ranges from child support, IRS debt, and medical bills for something called “Corrective Speech and Language Therapy.” All in all, Sapp says he has $6.45 million to his name along with a few rather amusing “assets”:– 240 pairs of Jordan sneakers...

NFL Hall-of-Famer Warren Sapp Has Filed For Bankruptcy

TMZ reports that future NFL Hall-of-Famer Warren Sapp has filed for bankruptcy, claiming he’s racked up millions of dollars in debts. Sapp played in the NFL for 12 years and won a Super Bowl in 2002 while playing for the Tampa Bay Bucs. According to the docs, Sapp owes more than $6.7 million to various creditors … including hundreds of thousands of dollars in child support...

Report: Ex-NFL DT Sapp files for bankruptcy

Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp is broke and has no idea where his Super Bowl and NCAA national championship rings reside, reported on Friday. Sapp filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Florida and owes more than $6.7 million - including nearly $1 million to the IRS, the website reported. The 12-year NFL veteran and former University...

Warren Sapp ‘likely’ done at NFL Network, report says

Already filing for bankruptcy last week, Warren Sapp could be facing additional problems in his future. The Boston Globe reports Sapp’s stint as an analyst with NFL Network is “likely over.” This comes in the wake of Sapp’s controversial accusation last month that Jeremy Shockey was the whistle blower in the Saints’ bounty scandal. The network reprimanded Sapp, saying he...

Report: Warren Sapp Done At NFL Network.

According to the Boston Globe, for Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Warren Sapp is done as an analyst at the NFL Network. Please click the link below to read the rest of this story.

Warren Sapp out at NFL Network?

Two weeks after calling out Jeremy Shockey as the snitch in Bountygate, Warren Sapp's appearances on the NFL Network have been few and far between, with him not having been on air after the week of his inflammatory comments. Rumors are circulating that Sapp is done with the network. Sources told the Boston Globe that Sapp may indeed be finished at NFL Network. TMZ reported...

Report: Former NFL Star Warren Sapp Files For Bankruptcy, Owns 240 Pairs of Jordan Sneakers

Some professional athletes just can't handle the responsibility of having millions of dollars to their name. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Warren Sapp is now one of them. Sapp, 39, is currently an NFL Network analyst and will file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, according to He currently has more than $6 million in assets, which includes...

Notebook: Sapp broke, still critical

Former NFL star Warren Sapp is broke, according to TMZ, which reported the financial details of Sapp’s affairs. Meanwhile, Sapp remains critical and outspoken on the Bountygate issue that affected the Vikings.

REPORT-Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Warren Sapp files bankruptcy

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers DT Warren Sapp has been in the news a lot lately. First, Sapp opined on the NFL Network that former New Orleans Saints TE Jeremy Shockey was the “snitch” in the Saints Bounty-gate scandal. Shockey was outraged at Sapp’s suggestion, calling for him to be fired from the network and threatening to sue the commentator. Now, TMZ is reporting...

Jeremy Shockey Got Engaged, Possibly Married This Weekend

Here we were just trying to get a comment from Jeremy Shockey on the news that it looks like Warren Sapp is gone from the NFL Network and the guy possibly got married this weekend. What we do know is that the free agent tight end definitely got engaged because that young lady – Daniela Cortazar – is wearing a shiny new ring. What’s in question is if there was some sort of shotgun...
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