Report: NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp arrested, accused of soliciting a prostitute

Warren Sapp was arrested in Phoenix Monday morning, accused for soliciting a prostitute and assault, according to a report by TMZ Sports. 

Sapp has had previous run-ins with the law. He was arrested for domestic battery in 2010, but those charges were eventually dropped. He was also arrested in 2014 for an alleged domestic battery.

A hotel representative gave a statement to TMZ Sports on the issue.

"We were contacted by the Phoenix Police Dept. today in a matter involving a guest. We are cooperating with police as they look into the situation since it is an active investigation. We have no further comment."

Sapp was in Phoenix for the Super Bowl as an employee of the NFL Network. When you look on the network's website, his bio no longer appears on the site. According to Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated, Sapp has been terminated from his contract.

CBS broadcaster Greg Anthony was arrested for soliciting a prostitute in January. CBS indefinitely susepended Anthony.