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Despite setting career marks in passing yards and touchdowns, a report this morning suggests that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not extend the contract of QB Josh Freeman. At mid-season, Freeman appeared poised to take his game to the next level, leading the Buccaneers offense that was scoring points at a franchise record race. By the end of the season, Freeman regressed, throwing four interceptions in two games while the Buccaneers lost five of their last six.
Freeman will be entering the final year of his rookie contract and needs to show more consistency on the field. First-year head coach told reporters after the regular season that he plans to bring in a quarterback this offseason to challenge Freeman moving forward. The Tampa back-up in 2012 was Dan Orlovsky, but Orlovsky only attempted seven passes last season and is not considered as a threat to challenge Freeman for the starting job.
After a turonver plagued rookie season (18 interceptions and 6 fumbles), Freeman responded ...
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Josh Freeman has had several years to prove that he is the future of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
There have been a few games here and there that he has appeared to be that guy.
For the most part, he has not gotten over the hump during the term of his first NFL contract. The front office obviously sees it the same way.
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According to the Florida Times-Union, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not extend quarterback Josh Freeman’s contract this offseason. If he plays well in 2013, the Bucs will than place the franchise tag on him. If he plays great, the team will use its franchise tag on Freeman and try to sign him to a long-term deal. The exclusive-rights franchise tender for a quarterback would...
The ongoing debate of whether quarterback Josh Freeman is the franchise quarterback or not is tiresome. But that the debate can not add when new twist to the discussion.
On Friday, Scott Reynolds of Pewter Report wrote that the Buccaneers will not be extending the contract of Josh Freeman this offseason.
While the Bucs might have entertained the notion of offering a contract extension...
Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports that the Buccaneers do not have any plans to discuss a long-term extension with QB Josh Freeman during the upcoming offseason.
Freeman will enter the final year of his rookie contract next season, but Stroud adds that the Bucs could elect to use their franchise tag on him next year, assuming that he plays well enough to earn that figure...
The Tampa Bay Times reports that the Buccaneers do not intend on signing quarterback Josh Freeman to a long-term contract this offseason.Fantasy Spin:Freeman is in the final year of his deal and the team will decide what to do with him after the 2013 season. He began the 2012 season strong (95.1 QB rating in his first eight games) before unraveling late in the year (2 TD, 9 INT in...
Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has had an inconsistent start to his career since being drafted 17th overall out of Kansas State.
Freeman has never passed for more than 27 touchdowns in a season, and has 54 career interceptions in 4 NFL seasons. Freeman will need to have a monster 2013 season and prove that he can be a top-tier quarterback if he wants to receive a...
Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Oakland Raiders head coach
Jon Gruden is open to returning to the NFL, but only for the right job, ESPN’s
Ron Jaworski said on WPEN-WF Philadelphia on Monday.
"He's had numerous meetings that he's told teams he's
not interested in certain jobs," Jaworski said of his ESPN colleague.
"There are jobs he's interested...