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It's Warren Sapp, who hinted as much in January.

ESPN - Sapp files paperwork, officially puts end to 13-year career


    OAKLAND, Calif. -- Warren Sapp's 13-year NFL career officially ended when his retirement was posted on the Oakland Raiders' Web site.

    Sapp said immediately after last season that he was through playing, but did not file the paperwork. The posting on the team's site was the first official word that the star defensive tackle was done.

    In January, the 35-year-old Sapp posted a two-word message on his Web site: "I'M DONE!" He had told teammates and coaches his plans after the season finale against San Diego.


I'm somewhat surprised that someone as outspoken as Sapp decided to go so quietly. But at the same time, it's almost apropos that he and Favre retired in the same week.




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