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SportWarren Sapp questions Gerald McCoy’s spot in Bucs’ history

03:25  15 august  2019
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Warren Carlos Sapp (born December 19, 1972) is a former American football defensive tackle. A Hall of Famer, Sapp played college football for the University of Miami, where he was recognized as a consensus All-American and won multiple awards.

McCoy spent the offseason reflecting, asking questions about his role and performance, especially It turns out that while McCoy ' s late-game sack numbers aren't staggering, they're nothing to just Also worth noting: Sapp played during the best era in Bucs history ; McCoy has played through a period

Gerald McCoy felt slighted by the Buccaneers when they gave his No. 93 to Ndamukong Suh shortly after releasing McCoy. He called himself one of the greatest ever to play in Tampa.

Warren Sapp questions Gerald McCoy’s spot in Bucs’ history© Getty Images

Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp took issue with that, pointing out the Bucs never went to the playoffs in McCoy’s nine seasons in Tampa.

“The way I look at it, the thing that kind of threw me sideways was Gerald talking about now that this organization doesn’t have a right [to give away his 93 jersey], or it’s business that they moved on,” Sapp said on’s podcast. “You know . . . they moved on. And then he wanted to say that Sapp, [Derrick] Brooks, Lee Roy [Selmon], [John] Lynch, Ronde [Barber], nobody wore their numbers. Last time I checked, those were Hall of Famers and champions. We didn’t go to one playoff game with [McCoy] and not one damn divisional title, so, I think he owes some of those hundred million dollars back in that sense.

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Warren Sapp is no stranger to speaking his mind, and Bucs fans know he can be as savage with his opinions as he was with opposing blockers during his Hall-of-Fame career in Tampa Bay The Bucs currently rank dead-last in the NFL with just seven total sacks through the first six games of the

McCoy ’ s critics said he wasn’t nasty enough, needed to be less "finesse" and more disruptive, and he smiled too much, even after he accumulated Coming And Going. Comparing the career numbers of former Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy and the man who will try to replace him, Ndamukong Suh

“If you’re going to put it up against the bad asses that run this bitch before you, you better put up some chips in this game because that’s the way it is. He didn’t have no chips in his game. No defensive player of the year, and that’s what Brooks and that’s what Lee Roy Selmon did. Lynch got his name in two damn Ring of Honors. What am I missing here, Gerald? You’re talking about something silly. Come on, man. Stop. If you’re mad, you’re mad, but don’t put it on the organization that the organization did it. Every NFL team has to move on.”

Will the Bucs add McCoy’s name to their Ring of Honor one day? Their Ring has 13 names in it, and all nine players on the list played at least one postseason game while in Tampa.

McCoy gets a chance for revenge with two games against the Bucs this season, having signed with division rival Carolina.

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Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy just didn't think there was much to talk about. But he said he heard former Bucs coach Tony Dungy offer all the advice he needed. “He said, “When you’re winning, say little and when you’re losing, say less,” McCoy said, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay

Gerald McCoy on Bucs split: ‘The respect it just wasn’t there’. During an appearance on Fox Sports’ McCoy listed a number of Buccaneers greats whose numbers went untouched after leaving, and "When [ Warren ] Sapp left, John Lynch, [Derrick Brooks], Lee Roy Selmon, Ronde Barber

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In the team's first depth chart of camp, McCoy is the starter, with Case Keenum and Haskins at second- and third-string, respectively.

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