In his no-holds-barred memoir, "Sapp Attack ," Warren Sapp, one
of the NFL's most hilarious and candid personalities, reveals a
side of football most fans have never before seen.
Big Man. Big Talent. Big Star. Big Mouth. Big Heart. Big
Personality. Big Smile. Big Headlines. Warren Sapp, one of pro
football's most dominating defensive players both on and off the
field, has a reputation for being bold, brash, knowledgeable, and
outspoken. During his All-American career at the University of
Miami, 13 seasons as an NFL star, four years on the NFL Network and
one very big season on Dancing with the Stars, Sapp has never held
back. Now he brings that same fearless attitude to his memoir, a
book that will create controversy and headlines; in other words,
pure Warren Sapp.
Sapp has won every award possible for a defensive player, but it
wasn't just his extraordinarily athletic ability that made him a
star; it was also his ability to understand the subtleties of the
game. He writes about working his way up from the high school
gridiron to one of the top college football programs in the
country, to the NFL, and reveals how the system actually works--the
behind-the-scenes plays that fans rarely get to see. He'll discuss
what it was like to face some of the greatest players in NFL
history, including Hall of Famers Steve Young and Jerry Rice, both
of whom he put out of the game, and Bret Favre, whom he sacked
eleven times during his career. In this revealing, hilarious, and
must-read book, Sapp offers readers a look inside the life of one
of football's biggest stars and shares his often controversial
opinions about the state of pro football today and its
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