In 1999, Warren won the AP Defensive Player of the Year award.
Warren appears in the Madden NFL 08 video game on the Xbox 360, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Madden video game series.
On Dancing with the Stars, Warren's professional dance partner is Kym Johnson.
Warren's career sacks are 96.5, the second-highest career total sacks for a defensive tackle in the NFL.
Warren proudly supports the Children's Cancer Center, he participates in fundraising events for the charity.
Warren claims his food was poisoned while he was on the team of the Oakland Raiders so he wouldn't be able to play. Raiders coach Art Shell had never heard of such a thing happening and fellow pro football player Keenan McCardell shared his understanding.
In 1994, Warren won the Vince Lombardi Award in the category of best collegiate lineman/linebacker.
Warren's nickname is QBK.
In 2005, Warren appeared in a television commercial for Hungry Man TV Dinner.
In 2007, Warren weighed 300 lbs.
Warren's favorite movie is Silence of the Lambs.
Warren stands at 6' 2" or 1.88 m.
Warren served as a judge at the 2003 Miss USA Pageant.
Warren Sapp wore #99 for the Oakland Raiders.
Warren: Every defensive tackle that's drafted in the top five is supposed to be the next (me). All of them have that tag. ... I've played the game pretty well, so if I'm the standard by which (they'll) be judged, that's tough, because I'd like to relive that guy, too. He's a bad boy. He's dead now. I give you flashes of him every now and then but, nah, that guy was sick.
Warren: (on joining Showtime's Inside the NFL) This is a dream job, It's the job I've always talked about wanting after my playing career. Inside the NFL has been a staple of television for a long time. The show digs deeper into the games and the issues surrounding the league more than any other football show out there. I think this new approach will be fresh. For my part, I just came off the field and I've got 13 years of experience in the trenches to bring to the table.
Warren: I've got nothing to prove.
Warren: Chicks dig the long ball. The wide receivers have always been prima donnas and pretty boys. They are big-time players. The thing with (Terrell) Owens is he makes so much noise, it's like an empty wagon going down the road. Just go play.