July 11, 2011 BY John Kim
Warren Sapp was an explosive dynamo at the line of scrimmage, decimating the opposing O-Line with his deceptive speed and hulking strength while building a legend on his name. Sapp’s career achievements while with Tampa Bay might spell out one of the best one-team tenures for any defensive player in the history of the NFL, with a DPOY award in ’99, seven straight Pro Bowl appearances, four straight First-Team All-Pro recognitions, and of course, an Super Bowl ring in 2002. In 2004, Warren Sapp moved on to Oakland, and later retired in 2007. Throughout his 13-season career, Sapp’s accomplishments may have been overshadowed by his persona and on-field actions, like his famous ‘Beyonce’ dance when he scored a TD as a tight-end, or his dirty yet legal ‘block’ on Chad Clifton, but Sapp’s swag on the field remained bright thanks to the sick Air Jordan PE Cleats he wore. Here’s a look at an Air Jordan XIII PE Cleat that Sapp was supposed to wear in 2004; it features a higher construction with an extra large tongue, but doesn’t feature the Panther Eye jewel on rear heel nor does it feature Jumpman branding on the tongue or the ‘Jordan’ label at the base of the laces. Check out the gallery of images below to get a better look at this rare PE from this listing from ecara on eBay.
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