Found September 30, 2012 on The Mark Graham Sports Blog:
PLAYERS: Warren Sapp
Former NFL Pro Bowler Warren Sapp and his bankruptcy case is now over when a judge decided to discharge him from bankruptcy. The judge deemed that Sapp was in finances were in order. Except, Sapp still needs to sell his house and if you are a reader of the New York Times you probably saw the ad today. Sapp sold his entire show collection, a lion skin rug, and boxing gloves signed by Muhammad Ali, but it appears as if the sale of the house will bring Sapp out of debt. So, if you are in the Windermere, Florida area on November 1st at about 11 in the morning, stop on in to Sapp's former home and take a look and, maybe, make a bid.

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