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PewterReport.com and Westshore Financial present the Pewter Nation Podcast, a weekly audio hour of news, analysis and inside scoop on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers delivered with a dose of humor and insight from Bucs beat writers Scott Reynolds, Mark Cook, Trevor Sikkema, Taylor Jenkins and Matt Matera, who also serves as the show’s producer. Look for the Pewter Nation Podcast each week on PewterReport.com for your listening pleasure during the 2019 season.

We have an explosive Pewter Nation Podcast as we are joined by NFL Hall Of Famer and Bucs Ring Of Honor Member, Warren Sapp.

In our interview with him, Sapp doesn’t hold back with giving his thoughts on the Gerald McCoy saga, and why it’s not the Bucs fault that someone is wearing McCoy’s number. Sapp also gives a shoutout to his other teammates from his playing days that are also in the Ring Of Honor.

After taking a trip down memory lane on some of the great Bucs teams he was on and the playoff games he was in, Sapp focused his attention on the present day Bucs. He stated why he still hasn’t seen anything from Vita Vea, and how he wants Ndamukong Suh to prove his worth.

Once the interview was done, the guys recapped what they saw from the joint practices between the Bucs and Dolphins, discussing just how great of a receiver Mike Evans. As the show wrapped up, we each relayed something that we want to see in the next preseason game. Tune in for a wild episode.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Almost any player would benefit with another good player next to them. Sapp played better with Culpepper. It’s too bad McFarland didn’t develop till he went with the Colts. It’s too bad the Bucs coaches didn’t see what to do with John Randal; imagine John Randal and Warren Sapp together!

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  2. The reason players slow down is because they don’t take care of their bodies right. Joey Galloway was as fast as ever when he retired. Some people have injury problems.

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  3. Deon Sanders is another example of a player that didn’t slow down due to age. Darrell Green is another.

    Usually the slow down for players happens if they take a beating (eg RB position) or they are very large lanky players (OT’s, tall WR’s, etc) and that point their knees can’t hold up.

    Ronde could probably suit up right now and outrun most of the DB’s on the field lol.

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