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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,SUN STAFF | January 21, 2000
Warren Sapp may have a sore hamstring, but he's having no problems with his mouth. Although Sapp's hamstring has limited his practice time this week in preparation for Sunday's NFC championship game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and St. Louis Rams, it would take a lot more than a sore hamstring to keep Sapp out of this game. The Bucs' defensive tackle loves the center stage, and this is the second-best center stage in football. Not that Sapp has much time this week to practice anyway.
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Sports on TV | October 29, 2013
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB World Series Gm. 5: Bos.@St. Louis (T) MLB2 M. bask. Kentucky Blue-White Game FCS7 Campbellsville@Oklahoma State (T) FCS10:30 NBA Chicago@Miami TNT8 Clippers@Lakers TNT10:30 Chicago@Miami NBA4 a.m. C. foot. Tennessee@Alabama (T) ESPNU7 a.m. North Texas@Southern Mississippi (T) FCS9 a.m. Texas@Texas Christian (T) FS1Noon California@Washington (T)
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October 7, 2002
The number 0-13 Patriots' record in Miami in September and October. The quote "Coach says there should be an investigation, 'cause it looks like there are 12 of us out there right now." Warren Sapp, Buccaneers defensive tackle, on his team's stellar defense so far this season.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2013
I wasn't there for the 7 a.m. start, but I've seen almost all of the NFL Network's Super Bowl Sunday pre-game coverage. And as of 1 p.m. (EST), I am here to tell you it is outstanding. Warren Sapp, elected into the Hall of Fame Saturday, brought even more energy and joy than usual to the telecast. He was inspired. Michael Irvin was stoked to Super Bowl level, and Steve Mariucci was better than he has ever been. Deion Sanders: superb. Melissa Stark: through the roof in poise, knowledge and the 10,000 skills a show host needs to make a TV conversation seem like the easiest and most natural thing in the world.
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By Ray Frager | November 25, 2008
8 p.m. [chs. 2, 7] It all comes down to this, the finale. Will Warren Sapp (right) come away with a victory in the Super Bowl of television dancing shows? I'm just concerned that if he wins, those of us who carry some extra around the middle will somehow be forced into signing up at Arthur Murray under the theory that if Warren can do it, so can you.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1995
The NFL issued a formal denial of a New York Times report that University of Miami defensive lineman Warren Sapp tested positive for cocaine and that another Hurricane, running back Michael Stewart, tested positive for marijuana at the league's scouting combine in Indianapolis last month.The league, though, didn't deny the report that Sapp had tested positive for marijuana.Drew Rosenhaus, Sapp's agent, seconded the league's denial of the cocaine report."Warren Sapp has never tested positive for cocaine.
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November 3, 2008
1 Capital game : In a game key to the Ravens' fortunes, the Redskins host the Steelers on Monday Night Football. (8:30 p.m., Ch. 20, ESPN). 2 Hockey night I : State field hockey semifinals, Class 1A at Broadneck, Class 2A at Arundel, 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., respectively. 3 Poker faces: Want to see some real pros play poker and you don't care about the NFL game on ESPN? Check this out. (7 p.m., ESPN2). 4 Stayin' alive: Six couples remain, including former NFL star Warren Sapp (near left)
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September 29, 2008
1 Are you ready ...: The Ravens get their first big test of the season when they take to the road to face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football (8:30 p.m., Ch. 13, ESPN). 2 AL Central intrigue: Up next for the Minnesota Twins? Another agonizing day spent cheering against the Chicago White Sox, who face the Detroit Tigers today in a makeup game. (2 p.m., ESPN2). 3 Field hockey clash: In a key early-season high school field hockey game, No. 4 Broadneck travels to No. 1 Severna Park.
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Sports on TV | October 29, 2013
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB World Series Gm. 5: Bos.@St. Louis (T) MLB2 M. bask. Kentucky Blue-White Game FCS7 Campbellsville@Oklahoma State (T) FCS10:30 NBA Chicago@Miami TNT8 Clippers@Lakers TNT10:30 Chicago@Miami NBA4 a.m. C. foot. Tennessee@Alabama (T) ESPNU7 a.m. North Texas@Southern Mississippi (T) FCS9 a.m. Texas@Texas Christian (T) FS1Noon California@Washington (T)
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December 20, 2003
Today's games Atlanta at Tampa Bay FALCONS: Doubtful: DT Edward Jasper (knee/ankle); DE Brady Smith (elbow). Questionable: CB Juran Bolden (back); LB Twan Russell (calf). Probable: T Kevin Shaffer (foot); T Todd Weiner (ankle). BUCS: Out: RB Darian Barnes (ankle); DT Ellis Wyms (knee). Probable: TE Ken Dilger (hip); DT Warren Sapp (foot); T Kenyatta Walker (elbow). Kansas City at Minnesota CHIEFS: Out: LB Monty Beisel (groin). Doubtful: WR Marc Boerigter (ankle). Questionable: DT Eric Downing (hamstring)
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By RAY FRAGER | January 16, 2009
Through intrepid efforts and at great personal risk, your correspondent sneaked into a highly confidential recent meeting. Here's what I saw: The setting is a large, well-appointed conference room at NFL headquarters in New York - accessible only via a single elevator. Dominating the room is a life-sized portrait of former commissioner Paul Tagliabue, illuminated by lights at least twice as bright as any others on the ceiling. Gathered around the heavy oak table are NFL announcers from every network - play-by-play men, analysts, studio talking heads, even some sideline reporters.
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By RAY FRAGER and RAY FRAGER,ray.frager@baltsun.com | January 9, 2009
Writing another week's sports media notes because management said I would be fired if I interviewed for a job as an American Idol judge: * On Showtime's Inside the NFL this week, Jim Nantz and his CBS partner, Phil Simms, debated the NFL's overtime rule. In the wake of the Indianapolis Colts-San Diego Chargers result - with the Chargers scoring on their initial possession of overtime - Nantz said it's unfair that both teams don't get a chance on offense. Simms disagreed, in fact citing the Ravens in his argument.
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By Ray Frager | November 25, 2008
8 p.m. [chs. 2, 7] It all comes down to this, the finale. Will Warren Sapp (right) come away with a victory in the Super Bowl of television dancing shows? I'm just concerned that if he wins, those of us who carry some extra around the middle will somehow be forced into signing up at Arthur Murray under the theory that if Warren can do it, so can you.
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November 17, 2008
1 November madness?: College basketball has just begun, but it's coming at you in full force. You can see up to seven games tonight, highlighted by Mount St. Mary's at Virginia Tech (8 p.m., Comcast SportsNet). 2 Beasts of the East: Can anyone explain how the Boston Bruins have the second-best record in the NHL's Eastern Conference? See for yourself how they got there when the Bruins travel to Toronto (7:30 p.m., Versus). 3 AFC watch: The Ravens and their fans will have some interest in the Browns-Bills matchup because the Buffalo is a wild-card contender in the AFC (8:30 p.m., ESPN)
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September 29, 2008
1 Are you ready ...: The Ravens get their first big test of the season when they take to the road to face the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football (8:30 p.m., Ch. 13, ESPN). 2 AL Central intrigue: Up next for the Minnesota Twins? Another agonizing day spent cheering against the Chicago White Sox, who face the Detroit Tigers today in a makeup game. (2 p.m., ESPN2). 3 Field hockey clash: In a key early-season high school field hockey game, No. 4 Broadneck travels to No. 1 Severna Park.
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December 20, 2003
Today's games Atlanta at Tampa Bay FALCONS: Doubtful: DT Edward Jasper (knee/ankle); DE Brady Smith (elbow). Questionable: CB Juran Bolden (back); LB Twan Russell (calf). Probable: T Kevin Shaffer (foot); T Todd Weiner (ankle). BUCS: Out: RB Darian Barnes (ankle); DT Ellis Wyms (knee). Probable: TE Ken Dilger (hip); DT Warren Sapp (foot); T Kenyatta Walker (elbow). Kansas City at Minnesota CHIEFS: Out: LB Monty Beisel (groin). Doubtful: WR Marc Boerigter (ankle). Questionable: DT Eric Downing (hamstring)
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October 20, 2003
The number 2.0 Lions quarterbacks' combined rating yesterday. The quote "He should have some pom-poms. That's all he is, is a cheerleader. He's just dancing back there." Chidi Ahanotu, 49ers defensive end, on Bucs defensive tackle Warren Sapp
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