• Sapp's play all that matters for HOF

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Feb 3, 2013
    "That's what we expected to do," Sapp said. Having lined up next to @WarrenSapp for years, not only is he a HOF player, he is a HOF presence. If enough of the voters feel that way, Sapp should get in today.  Without Sapp, Dungy and Kiffin’s defense still might have been good, but it wouldn’t have been dominant. When I walk into the room to vote for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2013 on Saturday morning, I won’t be lugging any of Warren Sapp’s baggage. And while no one ever will articulate that ...
    • Hall adds Sapp, Allen and 5 others

      Hall adds Sapp, Allen and 5 others Defensive tackle Warren Sapp and offensive lineman Larry Allen, who both closed out their decorated careers in the Bay Area, became first-ballot Hall of Famers on Saturday when they were selected for induction into the…
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    • Sapp, six others elected to Hall of Fame

      Times wires Saturday, February 2, 2013 NEW ORLEANS - Bill Parcells was a winner everywhere he coached. He pulled off another win Saturday - election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The former coach leads an class that includes defensive lineman Warr
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    • By the numbers: Warren Sapp's sacks, touchdowns, career stats

      Times staff Saturday, February 2, 2013 The QBkilla Warren Sapp's 96½ regular-season sacks are 34th overall in NFL history and first among defensive tackles. (His 77 for the Bucs, 1995-2003, trail only Lee Roy Selmon's 78½.) In addition, Sapp had 5½ sac
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    • Warren Sapp (who got in the Hall of Fame this year) and Michael Strahan (who didn’t) had quite the feud in 2002

      NEW ORLEANS -- Two defensive linemen who once didn't like each other at all were on the list of 15 semifinalists for the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame. One made the cut and one didn't, despite some interesting similarities in their careers. Each man wa…
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    • Former Buc Warren Sapp elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

      By Rick Stroud, Times Staff Writer Saturday, February 2, 2013 NEW ORLEANS — Relentless as a player, Warren Sapp was not shy in letting opposing NFL offensive linemen know they were going to be in for a long day. He also wasn't going to be denied. So it
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    • Sapp’s candidacy for Canton will be a good litmus test for voters

      Ten months ago, Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune lamented his looming task of trying to persuade enough other Hall of Fame voters to give defensive tackle Warren Sapp a spot in Canton. “Some of those people in that room are looking for a reason to vote
    • Is Warren Sapp a first-ballot Hall of Famer? That's no simple question

      With the Hall of Fame voting on tap for Saturday afternoon in New Orleans, this is the time of year you hear the term “first-ballot” Hall of Famer tossed around quite a bit. The problem is there is no clear-cut definition. A first-ballot Hall of Famer
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  • Former Buc Sapp can shout his status now

    By Gary Shelton, Times Sports Columnist Saturday, February 2, 2013 NEW ORLEANSCarve this one with some attitude, guys. When the bust of Warren Sapp is created, no one should make it tame. Do not have it stare out into eternity with a placid little smile…
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