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Former Tampa Bay Bucs star Warren Sapp is not happy to see a "selfish" Darrelle Revis signing a six-year deal with his old team.
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When you move past the fact that Darrelle Revis is coming off major knee surgery and will be making more money than any defensive back in NFL history, he looks like a steal for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. If you’re going to give up a first-round pick, you might as well do so for arguably the best cornerback in the league.
However, not all fans, players and former players are sold...
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made a big splash by finally obtaining the services of Darrelle Revis when they landed him in a trade from the New York Jets on Sunday. Part of the acquisition was signing Revis to a long-term deal that will pay him $16 million per season over 6-years. While it looked to be a no-brainer for the Bucs, a former legend of theirs is panning the deal and taking...
As the dust settles on the blockbuster Darrelle Revis trade, it's clear the All-Pro cornerback chased every penny of his historic $96 million contract with the Bucs.
Color Warren Sapp unsurprised.
The former Buccaneer and current NFL Network analyst slammed Revis for possessing a "selfish," me-first mentality, something Sapp was rarely privy to in Tampa.
Former Buccaneers defensive tackle Warren Sapp told The Tampa Tribune that Darrelle Revis is a selfish player for the way he’s held out for more money over the course of his career.
“He’s selfish and he’s never been a team player,” Sapp said. “We didn’t win the championship that way. Derrick Brooks and I always cared more about the team than ourselves.”
It only makes...
Not everyone is pleased with Darrelle Revis becoming a Tampa Bay Buccaneer or the way he handled it. Warren Sapp will be inducted into the 2013 NFL Hall of Fame class, and is a former Buccaneer.
Sapp during an interview with the Tampa Tribune, called Revis “selfish.”
He’s selfish and he’s never been a team player,” Sapp said. “We didn’t win the championship that way...