Praise for Sapp Attack:
“Warren Sapp is one of the greatest characters and best storytellers I've ever come across in this business. Add in the fact he's one of the most football savvy champions of all time and you've got yourself a must-read book.” --Rich Eisen
“Sapp, the most colorful, most discussed athlete in Tampa Bay history, is on another one of those brutal, relentless rushes again. One more time, he is loud, and he is profane, and he is stepping on a different set of toes every time you turn a page… Uncensored and unapologetic, from the bounties at Miami to the turnaround in Tampa Bay to the final days in Oakland. It is as raw, as boisterous, as loud as Sapp himself.” –Tampa Bay Times
“With his outsized personality, Sapp, a former defensive star with the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders, assisted by David Fisher, pulls the covers off the professional gridiron league in this blunt memoir with gleeful tidbits about the greats of the game he loved… Chatty, revealing, and always candid, Sapp’s memoir takes the reader inside himself and the roller-coaster smash-mouth ride of the NFL.” –Publishers Weekly
WARREN SAPP is a former NFL football player who played defensive tackle for the University of Miami Hurricanes and for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders. Since retiring from the NFL, Sapp has competed on Dancing with the Stars, where he reached the finals and lost by only 0.36%; and been a studio analyst for Showtime's Inside the NFL. He is a featured analyst on the NFL network, appearing on both NFL Total Access and NFL GameDay Morning. Connect with Warren online on Facebook and Twitter (@warrensapp).
DAVID FISHER is the author of seventeen New York Times bestsellers. In the sports world he has collaborated with, among other stars, pro football Hall of Famer and broadcaster Terry Bradshaw on two bestsellers.
This book delivers exactly what you would expect. An exuberant look at Warren Sapp by Warren Sapp and some good football anecdotes, many of them comedic. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Paul Ehrmann
Warren Sapp's book is a comedic story of his life/career. It talks about his childhood, his college experience, and life in the pros. I don't know what else to say... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Christopher M. Whitman Jr.
This is a good read for any Tampa Bay Bucs fan. Sapp gives good insight into how a defensive lineman uses strategy to help won games. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Fast Reader
Sapp comes off like a Sapp. Loved him as a football player and love him as a commentator. But don't love him as a writer.Published 19 months ago by Bennet S. Jones
Never really liked Warren Sapp because he never played for the teams I wanted to win.
But after reading this book, I thought his story was interesting. Read more
The book is great. The problem is, when it arrived, a half-dozen pages were crumpled on the edges. The person who will receive this as gift is very laid back, and will enjoy it... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Lotsa Books