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How important are intangibles in teammates?

Discussion in 'Q & A WITH WARREN SAPP' started by RAMpage28, Jul 9, 2016.

  1. RAMpage28

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    How important are the "intangibles" to you when it comes to teammates? If a guy has a sour personality but can play ball, do you not mind putting up with it or do you call him out? Are there "locker room politics" that can effect a player or coach's career?

    What team did you enjoy beating the most and why?

    If you had the chance to lay out a player, coach, offical, etc. Right now with no consequences, who would it be?
     
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  2. Warren Sapp

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    The intangibles of attitude and personality always have an impact on a team for better or for worse. A sour personality can disrupt a team even if he is a baller, but don't confuse sour with fire... A fiery personality can be the spark that puts a team over the edge to become champions... It's all about chemistry and respect on the field and in the locker room.
     
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