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Near the close of the 2002 season, http://www.nhljerseysso.com Sapp came under fire in the media after a game against the Green Bay Packers. Sapp had blocked Packers tackle Chad Clifton with a hit to the shoulder, and Packers coach Mike Sherman confronted Sapp and claimed that he had used his helmet as a weapon. Tampa Bay newest coach, Jon Gruden, defended his star tackle. "Warren Sapp did nothing illegal or malicious," a New York Times report quoted Gruden as saying. "He made an aggressive play. When a ball is intercepted, we trying to score. No matter how that play is interpreted by a coach on another team or a fan of another team, Warren Sapp made no error whatsoever." Sapp had his own characteristic spin on the incident, and a report by Thomas George of the New York Times noted that Sapp and Sherman were disputing each other statements to the press. Sapp remarked that if Sherman refused to "tell the truth about it, I just leave it at that. We get an interception, we returning the ball and I turn and look for somebody to block. I get double-teamed and worse all of the time. I get one good, clean hit and now I the dirtiest player in the league? Tell him to carry his tail home with that loss."