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Sapp a jester and vocal leader

When Warren Sapp decides to retire, he'll probably have plenty of offers to get into the entertainment business. Until then, the Raiders' seven-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle is content making Oakland's training camp fields his own personal stage.

Warren Sapp was at his best on Thursday. He playfully joked with wide receiver Mike Williams about Williams' weight, jawed with visiting NFL referees after they threw a flag on Oakland's defense, then jumped up and down repeatedly after missing an interception during a goal line drill. Just a typical training camp day in the life of the Raiders' most colorful and entertaining player. "Just...

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