Found February 17, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
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Former NFL defensive tackle Warren Sapp made an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show and made it clear that he wouldn’t sign his former Raider teammate Randy Moss. “I’ve already played with [Randy] Moss, and what Cris Carter said — first time Cris ever said anything I agree with, I mean it’s the first time that he actually said something with some substance,” Sapp said. “I just call Randy a front-runner.” Sapp explained the difference between a front-runner and a quitter. “When everything is good, it’s wonderful, it’s great,” Sapp said. “But when a little adversity hits, it’s ‘No, no, no. Don’t ask me to help us come up out of this.’” I think Sapp makes a great point, but I wouldn’t sign Moss because of his age and the fact that I don’t believe he’ll make the type of impact that a lot people believe he still can. Thanks to ProFootballTalk.com for the quotes.
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