Tampa Bay head coach Jon Gruden talked to the Seattle-area reporters this morning on a conference call, and as usual, was very entertaining.
Gruden talked about several topics, including his mentor Mike Holmgren.
About Holmgren leaving the game, Gruden had this to say:
"I would assume that he'll be back. I just hope he doesn't take my job or come back in the NFC. I'd like to see him maybe form his own league or something."
On aging receiver and ex-Seahawk Joey Galloway: "I've nicknamed him the 'White Tiger.' He's rare. He only comes out at Busch Gardens once every six months. But now it's kind of like he's the saber-toothed tiger, he's been extinct. We need him back."
On tight end Jerramy Stevens: "He's a good kid. He's obviously had some issues that have been well-documented and we're just trying to turn the page on it. We're tired of talking about it. We're really proud of what he's become and what he's going to do with the rest of his life."