Daughter Mercedes will do the honors Saturday night.
Established legends of the game are eager to welcome No. 99.
A self-professed country boy was in Heaven on Friday afternoon.
Sapp strikes playful pose with Hall of Fame greats.
Expect a strong reaction when Sapp takes the podium.
Sapp joins immortals as players and fans flock to Canton.
THE EARLY YEARS
Sapp had a vision of success far from his hometown.
Mom has always been there for the Bucs legend.
Sapp was a three-sport threat in Apopka.
Photos from his formative years and Apopka High.
With the Canes, Sapp found his true calling.
Miami recruited Sapp and won over his mother.
THE TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS
Sapp's bravado was what the Bucs needed, Super Bowl coach says.
The former Bucs coach recalls Sapp living for the big moments.
Sapp's arrival changed the Buccaneers.
Sapp set the tone for the Buccaneers.
Sapp will follow Lee Roy Selmon's footprints in yet another way.
A Bucs college scout was an early fan of Sapp.
The Bucs benefited from Sapp's fall in draft.
Highlights of his nine-year career, including the magical 2002 championship run.
THE HALL OF FAME
Sapp is joining a team he can never leave.
Lee Roy Selmon was the first Buc in Hall of Fame.
Four former Bucs who soon will be Hall eligible.
Sculptor creates lasting image of Sapp.
Sapp's display in Canton will have plenty of pewter memorabilia.
How does a man that big play with such quickness and agility?
Sapp's personality loved the stage.
What is the "Three Technique" and how did Sapp come to define it?
Experts recall Sapp's vision and his athleticism.
In Brett Favre, Warren Sapp found his main rival.
QBs Warner, Favre recall Sapp as game changer.
Sapp's most memorable sacks as a Buccaneer.
SAPP AND BROOKS
No one was more loyal, says his teammate and friend.
Friends and teammates, Sapp and Brooks are an unlikely couple.
Brooks, Sapp were inseparable through the highs and lows.
Warren Sapp becomes the second Buccaneer, after the late Lee Roy Selmon, to reach Canton.
The Bucs legend had to wait to hear his name called, just as he had to wait for success in Tampa Bay.
The seven men chosen to be enshrined on Aug. 3.