Found June 23, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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Getty Images Former NFL defensive tackle and current NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp was on Toucher and Rich on 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston (via SportsRadioInterviews.com). Sapp was asked if he had made up with Jeremy Shockey, since accusing him of being the whistleblower to the Saints bounty scandal. “I saw Jeremy about a week after it all went down at a Heat game … and I told him, I said, ‘I apologize for putting it on the street level and making it derogatory towards you.’ The information that was passed to me, I stand by my source, but I hate that I put it on a level, that wasn’t the way it should be. … That’s what I apologized for, because I put it on a way lower level than it should’ve been,”said Sapp. ”It was something serious that never shoulda went on and stuff like that. So that’s the problem I have with myself and what I said to him.” Sapp said that when he’s sees Shockey now he doesn’t have a problem with him, but is willing to fight him if he has to. “The t
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