Found January 25, 2013 on Busted Coverage:
PLAYERS: Warren Sapp
Warren Sapp went hunting yesterday and killed himself some unidentified birds to our non-coloration knowning eyes. We quickly turned to our bird experts on Twitter to determine what birds gave their lives to this maniac. After much discussion, the experts have determined that those are dead quail, but there’s a twist (see below). [via @WarrenSapp] Noted. Again, noted. Noted.   Filed under: Football
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