Warren Sapp can nonetheless keep in mind the 5 guidelines suggested by Tony Dungy on methods to keep off the quilt of USA Today.
Sapp appeared on the “Pivot Podcast” final week, and relayed the 5 tenets to keep away from, spoken by his former Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach:
• Out previous 12 midnight
• Going 15 miles per hour over the velocity restrict
• Drugs or weapons
• Women you recognize too nicely or not nicely sufficient.
“Look at your boy Higgs,” Sapp mentioned, showing to confer with former Raiders wideout Henry Ruggs. “156 miles per hour, at 2 in the morning, with a gun, a chick and drinking. He hit the five. When Allen Iverson got pulled over that one time, 93 miles per hour at 2 in the morning with a gun. Only thing he didn’t have was the drugs, alcohol or some of that.”
Sapp, 49, continued to hammer house the purpose.
“It’s the five,” he mentioned. “Tony Dungy laid that thing out for us, dog. And I’m telling you, that thing will keep hitting you over and over and over again, man.”
Sapp’s 13-year profession on the defensive position spanned from 1995 by way of 2007. He performed 9 years with the Bucs and his closing 4 seasons with the Raiders. He was a seven-time Pro Bowler, four-time All-Pro, the 1999 Defensive Player of the Year and a member of the 2002-03 Super Bowl champions.
Dungy, now a commentator for NBC Sports, coached Tampa Bay from 1996 by way of 2001, then the Colts from 2002 by way of 2008, profitable the Super Bowl within the 2006 season.