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Sapp retired from the NFL in 2008 and quickly found employment as an analyst for Inside the NFL.
He later bounced around in many different analysts positions for different shows but was always a hit because of his brash personality.
While Ed Reed went on to have a hall-of-fame caliber NFL career, his former Miami teammate and roommate Reggie Wayne wasn't too bad himself.
After a stellar collegiate career in Miami, Wayne was drafted in the first round of the 2001 NFL Draft by the Indianapolis Colts.
Reed played for the Hurricanes from 1998-2001 and holds the schools all-time career interception list with 21, 5 of which he returned for a touchdown.
Reed went on to the NFL where he was ultimately named to 9 Pro-Bowls and won one Super Bowl.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, there was no college team more dominant than the University of Miami.
He was a vocal leader and could dominate a game at the line of scrimmage, which helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when their first and only Super Bowl in 2002.
Wayne always seemed to be a very classy player and he continues to display this trait in his post NFL days.
Jessie Armstead was a big, physical linebacker for two of the University of Miami's National Championship teams (1989, 1991).
Their head coaches (Dennis Erickson and Butch Davis) allowed their players to express themselves and rack up unsportsmanlike penalties left and right, as long as they kept winning.
It created a culture down in South Beach that players gravitated towards, a brotherhood of Canes so to speak.