Meet NFL Hall of Famer/suspended NFL correspondent, Warren Sapp.
Sapp posed for the mugshot above just a few hours after the SuperBowl in Phoenix, Arizona and was charged with?suspicion of soliciting a prostitute, in addition to other charges.
Sapp is/was a broadcaster with the NFL Network and played professionally with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders after a collegiate career at the University of Miami. He?was inducted into the NFL Hall of Fame in 2013.
After word of his arrest spread, the NFL Network removed Sapp’s biography from their website and suspended him from the network indefinitely.
[Sidebar: Dayum… that was quick! Whatever happened to innocent until proven guilty??]
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The CEO of Houston-based Gallery Furniture lost $7 million on a promotion that promised to give customers who shopped at his stores their money back if the Seattle Seahawks won Sunday.
Gallery Furniture customers in Houston, Texas will see $7 million in refunds after owner Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale made a losing bet on this year’s Super Bowl game.
In a promotions move which many would call insane, the Houston gambler promised he would give a full refund to customers who spent $6,000 or more at his furniture store in the two weeks leading up to the game IF the Denver Broncos won the game.
I’m sure you heard by now that the Seahawks nearly massacred the Broncos with a 43-8 victory but when contacted about his loss, McIngvale said he was “thrilled” that he lost… and he should be!
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