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NFL Network analyst Warren Sapp joined the show to talk about the big stories around the League.

Dan asked Sapp if he ever went after an injured player’s vulnerability. “No way,” Sapp said. “I didn’t even want to see the injury report.”

Dan also asked if Sapp ever went after a quarterback who was hurt. “The quarterback is dessert,” Sapp said. “I’m already gonna lick him.”

Sapp said players fear football karma. If you target an injury, someone will get you back.

Sapp weighed in on Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan getting fired. He said injuries really hurt that unit at the end of the season. But basically, Sapp said the Cowboys have underachieved for the last 15 years, so “whatever.”

Sapp weighed in on the new breed of mobile QBs and how they can stay healthy. He said that they have to make better decisions and learn to slide. He said Colin Kaepernick slides the right way.

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