WR Antonio Bryant reiterated his desire to stay in Tampa Bay for the 2010 season, but he made no apologies for saying the Bucs failed to make him a central part of the offensive game plans this season.
"It’s not (about) me," Bryant said. "I know there's things I’m capable of doing on the field that can get other people open. We just have to find ways for other people to get me open. There’s a lot of double coverage. It’s to the point where teams don’t respond to other things happening on the field. They just keep rolling that safety over.
"We’ve been able to use that where I just go out and run a deep route and take that safety and then you have (Kellen) Winslow come underneath or (Maurice Stovall) come. So, it works to our benefit to some degree.
"But on a personal level, did I like that? No, because I couldn’t get the ball."