Raiders DT Warren Sapp announced his retirement from football.
NFL Network's Adam Schefter reports Warren Sapp has already told some of his Raiders teammates that he plans to retire.
FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer believes Raiders DT Warren Sapp will retire after the season.
NFL fined Raiders DT Warren Sapp $75,000 for "unprecedented" physical and verbal abuse of officials during the team's Week 16 game
Raiders DT Warren Sapp said Wednesday that he doesn't expect to be suspended by the NFL for his team's season finale.
Raiders DT Warren Sapp could be suspended for Week 17 after bumping an official during his outburst against the Jaguars Sunday.
Warren Sapp has been ejected from Sunday's game.
Warren Sapp is reportedly in danger of being released by the Raiders.
According to Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin, Warren Sapp has lost 49 pounds since last season and currently rests at 285.
Warren Sapp had his tenth sack of the season in Week 17, his most since 2000.
Defensive tackle Warren Sapp and quarterback Aaron Brooks say they want Art Shell to remain the head coach of the Raiders in 2007.
Warren Sapp, questionable for Week 8 with a hurt hip, missed at least a portion of practice Friday according to the NFL's official injuy report.
Warren Sapp (questionable, hip) is expected to play in Week 8.
Defensive tackle Warren Sapp suffered a knee contusion and did not finish his Week 5 game against the 49ers.