Tampa Bay's Josh Freeman trimmed his hair and lost 20 pounds during the offseason, however the young quarterback's makeover is far from complete.
The fourth-year pro reported to training camp feeling good about highly visible changes to his physical appearance. Now, he's focused on making some adjustments on the field to improve his performance.
Freeman was the third quarterback selected in the 2009 draft behind Matthew Stafford and Mark Sanchez. He established himself as one of the NFL's up and coming passers two years ago when the Buccaneers narrowly missed making the playoffs with a 10-6 record, then regressed while the team was stumbling to 4-12 in 2011.
The Bucs finished last season on a 10-game losing streak. A year after having one of the league's best touchdowns-to-interceptions ratios with 25 TDs and only six picks, Freeman threw for 16 touchdowns vs. 22 interceptions.
''Last season a lot of things didn't go our way. Personally, a lot of things didn't go my way,'' the 2...