You Don’t Want Warren Sapp As Your Coach
They were talking about Tony Romo and his golf game on NFL Network’s “Total Access”. Here’s some of the chatter:
Rich Eisen: “The back end of mini-camp would have coincided with the US Open. You have a problem with (Romo) playing golf in May?”
Warren Sapp: “I have a problem with the quarterback of my franchise having something to do other than being the quarterback of the franchise…Don’t go over here where professional golfers are making their living and go in and dabble with that.”
“I just want my quarterback to be a quarterback. If you want to be Tiger Woods, then go be Tiger Woods or be Jim Furyk or any of those other golfers that you want to be…But if you’re gonna be a quarterback of America’s Team, then be that.”
Do you think Warren Sapp spent his offseasons consumed by working on his pass-rushing techniques? Conditioning? Studying opposing offenses and O-linemen? Doubtful.
Golf is the great escape. Let Romo get his time away from the Dallas Cowboys circus for just a bit. He needs it. And he’s also human. I’m not even a fan of Romo. But he can’t golf in May? Ridiculous.