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Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman, who suffered a right shoulder injury last week against the Titans, did not participate in throwing drills during the portion of Thursday's practice available to the media.
That marks the second consecutive day Freeman has been limited in practice. Coach Raheem Morris has said Freeman is day-to-day, and could get evaluated all the way up until Sunday before they decide if he can play against the Panthers. Freeman was still participating in practice, doing handoffs and joining with the other quarterbacks, but did not do any throwing.
Backup QB Josh Johnson would start if Freeman can't go. Morris has said what he needs to see from Freeman in practice in order to play him.
"He's got to go out and execute the game plan," Morris said. "If he can exeucte the game plan and give us the besrt chance to win, he'll play."
In other injury news, DE Adrian Clayborn (back) was back at practice, though it was unclear whether...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was limited in practice on Thursday, thus putting his availability for Sunday's game against the NFC South rival Carolina Panthers in question.
Freeman is nursing a sore shoulder and was unable to throw in practice.
"(Freeman's situation) is one of those that will go all the way up until Saturday ... potentially even Sunday...
According to Ira Kaufman of the Tampa Tribune, Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman needed to get five stitches after a mishap with a gun at a firing range on October 31st. The Buccaneers had previously indicated that Freeman only had a sprained thumb that he suffered during a loss to the Bears on October 23rd. Freeman [...]
It's been a tough season already for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and it may not be getting better.
According to a story today in the St. Petersburg Times, Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman is questionable for the game Sunday against the Panthers due to a shoulder injury.
It's the latest setback for Freeman, who suffered a sprained thumb on his throwing hand in mid...
Quarterback Josh Freeman is not throwing in Thursday's practice with the Buccaneers, according to Joe Smith of the St. Petersburg Times.
Freeman is dealing with a shoulder injury sustained in Week 12 vs. Tennessee, and head coach Raheem Morris hinted that the young quarterback could be a game-time call for Sundays tilt vs. Carolina. Either way, expect a heavy dose...
Quarterback Josh Freeman is nursing a shoulder injury, according to the Buccaneers' official twitter page.
Freeman sustained the injury in Week 12 action vs. Tennessee, and he is considered day-to-day after being a limited participant in Wednesdays practice. This is bad timing as top receiver Mike Williams has finally been playing well and reached the end zone in...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has regressed dramatically this season after a breakout sophomore campaign, and now The Tampa Tribune has provided perhaps a reason for some of Freeman's struggles.
Here’s what we know about the Buccaneers’ starting quarterback this Sunday: His first name will be Josh. Whether his last name is Freeman or Johnson will be decided on Sunday morning. Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times reports that Freeman was able to throw passes for the first time this week at practice on…
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was limited in practice by a sore right throwing shoulder again on Thursday, but he has made enough progress the past two days to leave coaches feeling good about his chances of starting Sunday against Carolina.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was limited in practice against Thursday by a sore right throwing shoulder, but has made enough progress the past two days to leave coaches feeling good about his chances of starting Sunday against Carolina.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman addressed an incident from nearly a month ago, in which he suffered a cut on his right throwing thumb, while shooting a pistol at a local firing range.
Struggling Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman needed five stitches in his right thumb following a gun mishap at a local firing range on Oct. 31.
The Bucs need a defensive leader.There’s no shortage of excuses and explanations for the Buccaneers’ current slide from NFL contender to blatant pretender. The coaches certainly share a large brunt of the blame, the time missed due to the lockout and even expectations and learning to manage success have been an issue for the Bucs this season.Here’s another: there’s not...