Price per Head Sportsbooks: Sapp said that he apologized to Strahan

Warren SappWarren Sapp said that he apologized to Michael Strahan for comments made on the former Giants pass rusher’s candidacy for the Hall of Fame, but price per head sportsbooks saw that there was much debate over the sincerity of his comments.

Pay per head services learned that on Saturday, Strahan was one of seven players chosen to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, four days after Sapp criticized the defensive end.

Sapp, who is currently an NFL Network analyst and a 2013 Hall of Fame inductee, said that on Saturday night he approached Strahan to apologize.

“I hugged him and wouldn’t let him go,” Sapp said Sunday on NFL Network. “I said, ‘Please forgive me.’ I said, ‘Dumb Lex Luthor came to the city of Gotham and pulled Superman’s cape. How foolish could I have been, my man? Please forgive me.’

“If he tells the story any different, he’s lying to you, America, because I sure did apologize. I’m going to beg for forgiveness because there’s a party in Canton, and I promise you, I’m not going to miss it.”

Sapp didn’t say whether Strahan responded to his apology, and price per head sportsbooks would like to see what he has to say about this.

In his 15-year career, Strahan recorded 141.5 sacks, which is the fifth-highest total in the history of the NFL, and in 2001 set the league’s single-season record with 22.5 sacks.

Sapp, a seven-time Pro Bowl defensive lineman who’s very famous with pay per head services, and who in his 13-year career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders had 96.5 sacks, made headlines on Tuesday when he questioned Strahan’s Hall of Fame credentials.

“I don’t think his résumé stacks up,” Sapp said. “Four straight Pro Bowls and a mythical sack record. When you really measure it up, he comes up short, except you all are giving it to him.”

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Price per head sportsbooks saw that this past week, Strahan fired back at Sapp, saying that the “tiger does not pay attention to the opinion of the sheep.”