[Graphic Image] NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp bitten by shark in Florida Keys

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FLORIDA – Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp became the bait while out on the water near the Florida Keys Wednesday.

Sapp was out catching lobster when a shark latched on to his arm.

Two Conchs Fishing Charters posted a picture of the bloody wound on Instagram.

But that didn’t stop Sapp.

A friend who was with Sapp when it happened posted on Instagram, “The toughest guy i no (sic) man put electric tape on and still went back out diving.”

A concerned fan asked how he was doing after the shark bite.

“I’m good thanks! He was solo Usually takes two for Me,” Sapp replied.

He later posted a photo of his “nurse” taking care of him as he lounged on a couch.

Sapp played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders during his NFL career.

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