Done Deal: Coach Prime Finally Gets His Man as NFL Hall of Famer Touchdowns in Colorado to Assume New Responsibilities


Former NFL defensive powerhouse and Pro Football Hall of Famer, Warren Sapp, is set to join the Colorado Buffaloes’ coaching staff as a Senior Quality Control Analyst. Sapp made the announcement official on his Instagram by posting a photo of himself in the Colorado staff uniform and with a caption that reads “This slogan has a whole new meaning this morning for me!!”
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The announcement was made by football legend Deion Sanders back in November, which caused excitement among fans and sports enthusiasts alike. Now, the wait is almost over as Sapp has confirmed his official arrival in the Centennial State.
During an appearance on the DNVR Sports podcast at Radio Row in Las Vegas, Sapp revealed that he will be moving to Colorado in March, as per Sanders’ earlier indication. “March is when I am coming. That’s when I was told,” stated Sapp during the podcast. “If Prime tells me I am coming in March, then stamp it, right? So I am stamping it. My bags are packed and I am ready to go,” he added enthusiastically.
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Sapp’s credentials speak volumes about his capability to contribute significantly to the Buffaloes’ coaching setup. With a remarkable career that includes accolades such as the Bronko Nagurski Trophy and Lombardi Trophy, and multiple Pro Bowl appearances, Sapp brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. His induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2013 further solidifies his status as a football icon.
As Sapp prepares to embark on this new chapter of his career, anticipation is high regarding the impact he will have on the Colorado Buffaloes football program. Stay tuned for more updates!


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