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Sapp says he’d pass on Moss

Seven-Time Pro Bowler Warren Sapp Attempts To Catch A Few Waves As Part Of The NFL Pro Bowl Weekend In Hawaii

NORTH SHORE, HI - JANUARY 28: Seven-Time Pro Bowler Warren Sapp ties up his Raider flashes a Hawaiian “shaka” before trying to catch some waves with the Bud Light Lime surf team on Oahu’s North Shore, January 28, 2012 in Haleiwa, Hawaii. (Photo by Marco Garcia/Getty Images for Bud Light Lime)

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Former Buccaneers and Raider defensive tackle Warren Sapp visited The Dan Patrick Show on Friday, and Sapp was candid (as he usually is) about one of his former Oakland teammates.

“I’ve already played with [Randy] Moss, and what Cris Carter said -- first time Cris ever said anything I agree with, I mean it’s the first time that he actually said something with some substance,” Sapp said. “I just call Randy a frontrunner.”

Sapp explained that frontrunning is slightly different from quitting.

“When everything is good, it’s wonderful, it’s great,” Sapp said. “But when a little adversity hits, it’s ‘No, no, no. Don’t ask me to help us come up out of this.’”

So that’s two guys who have played with Moss who are sounding the alarm.

Sapp also had some good stuff about Terrell Owens, Roddy White, Peyton Manning, and Rob Gronkowski’s dancing at the Patriots’ post-Super Bowl party. It’s worth a listen.

And you can listen right here.