Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp joined The Dan Patrick Show to weigh in on the Richie Incognito situation in Miami, and he had some interesting things to say about his own run-ins with the suspended guard. Sapp, who played against Incognito's Rams while he was in Oakland, detailed an incident that occurred during Sapp's playing career.
"One time, he kicks me in a game, and calls me the N-word." Sapp said. "I looked at him and said 'Oh, you want me to punch you in the mouth, so they kick me out of the game.' I said 'I got a better plan for you. I'm going to beat your quarterback up so they cut [you].'"
When asked by Patrick if it bothered him, Sapp said no, but did admit that he would have taken offense to the slur off the field.
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