Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Sapp’s mansion up for sale again after court rejects bid
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Warren Sapp’s mansion is back on the market. According to Realtor.com, when the 15,000-square-foot Tuscan mansion in Windemere went up for auction in November, it received a bid of $2.3 million from Brenda Dykgraff, a fitness entrepreneur who developed the Ab Roller. However, the court handling Sapp’s bankruptcy case rejected the bid. The house has been relisted at $2.9 million, Realtor.com said. The mansion, built in 2005 for nearly $7 million, includes 10,100 square feet of living space, including four large bedrooms, five full bathrooms and three half-baths, a wine cellar, a movie theater, a resort-style swimming pool with waterslide and lazy river, 500 feet of combined frontage and a dock on Lake Butler.Last April, Sapp filed for Chapter 7 protection due to business losses, with about $6.5 million in assets and debt exceeding $6.7 million. Assets listed included the aforementioned lion's rug, more than 200 pairs of Air Jordan shoes, a large painting of a nude woman, and a watch worth $2,400. Sapp played nine years for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1995 to 2003. He was recently elected to the pro football Hall of Fame.