Updated: September 10, 2003, 12:06 PM ETBy By Darrell Trimble | ESPN Insider
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Coach Jon Gruden wants you to know that DT Warren Sapp's catch Monday night wasn't designed as a way to rub salt into the Eagles' wounds, and that it will be run again. "I didn't like the fact that some people perceived that to be we're gloating," Gruden told the Orlando Sentinel. "Warren Sapp is a key member of our two-tight-end offense and will continue to be&He's part of the offense now, as an eligible pass receiver when he reports as that. You see what he is all about as a player. He could play tight end, he could play defensive tackle, and he's lobbying for more and more patterns. So is Simeon Rice and Ronde Barber as we speak."
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