Found December 03, 2011 on
If your looking forward to seeing Josh Johnson play Sunday, you may want to re-evaluate your perspective. You've probably been sitting at home, complaining to yourself how Josh Freeman hasnt done much this season anyways (pause to laugh), and you've seen from the seat of your coach how many open wide receivers Freeman has missed. There is a reason Josh Johnson was drafted in the 5th round of the 2008 season. The guy only threw ONE interception in his entire college career. There is a guy named Luck who has throws dozens more in his career, and he is scheduled to be the No.1 pick in the entire draft. He's a good kid, and he has some nice tools, but at best J.J. is servicable. Josh Freeman is a franchise Quarterback, one of only 4 the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have ever taken besides Doug Williams, Vinny Testaverde, and Trent Dilfer. Only Williams like Freeman showed any sign of being capable of doing something with his career. So many Tampa Bay Quarterbacks have disapointed ...
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The Buccaneers were forced to walk the plank against the Panthers, as they fell 38-19 on their home turf of Raymond James Stadium.
Quarterback Josh Johnson made a spot start in place of the injured Josh Freeman (shoulder), and failed to impress, as he completed 16 of 27 passes for 229 yards, with one touchdown against one interception. Johnson fared better on the ground...
Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman is inactive for Sunday's game against Carolina, ending a streak of 36 consecutive starts.
Freeman hurt his right throwing shoulder during the Buccaneers' final offensive play of last week's 23-17 loss to Tennessee and was limited in practice during preparation for the Panthers.
The third-year pro has started every game since moving...
The Buccaneers are without their starting quarterback today against the Panthers. Josh Freeman, who has been struggling with a shoulder injury, is out of today’s game in Tampa Bay, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports. That means backup Josh Johnson will start for the first time since 2009. For the Bucs, Freeman’s shoulder injury (and his less…
Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Freeman is inactive for Sunday's game against Carolina, ending a streak of 36 consecutive starts. Freeman hurt his right throwing shoulder during the Buccaneers' final offensive play of last week's 23-17 loss to Tennessee and was limited in practice during preparation for the Panthers.
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 will not play Sunday against the Carolina Panthers due to a shoulder injury, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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 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.
Each week, in the minutes leading up to kickoff, I will be listing which notable players — possibly on the bubble during the week — will and won’t be suiting up for action.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers — QB Josh Freeman is INACTIVE.
Minnesota Vikings — WR Percy Harvin is ACTIVE and will play. RB Adrian Peterson is INACTIVE.
Atlanta Falcons — WR Julio Jones and RB Michael...
If Bucs coach Raheem Morris needs to show “signs of improvement” in order to keep his job, he may have to wait until next week to start. The Panthers have jumped out to a 14-3 lead over the Creamsicle-clad Bucs. The Buccaneers are missing quarterback Josh Freeman, but the defense has been the problem so…