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The Mike Glennon era is officially upon us.
Earlier this week the Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced that they have benched starting quarterback Josh Freeman in favor of rookie Mike Glennon.
Following the announcement, in an interview with TSN, Freeman said that his best case scenario at this point might be a trade out of Tampa Bay.
Buccaneers head coach, Greg Schiano wouldn’t publicly say if Freeman is now considered the teams’ No.2 or No.3 quarterback for Sunday’s game against Arizona.
Earlier in the week, when the initial announcement was made, coach Schiano mentioned that Freeman would be the backup. Now, coming into the game against Arizona, Schiano won’t say anything.
“I just feel like this has been a focus all week,” Schiano said. “I’m not going to go there. Ninety minutes before the game I’m going to name who our 46 active players are.
“I’m locked in now and our team is locked in. I’m done discussing all that other stuff.”
Dan Orlovsky was the Bucs’ third string quarterback so
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Today on ESPN, an article came out saying that Josh Freeman the former starting quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers is in the NFL’s 1st stage of the drug program. Well, Josh Freeman fired back, and now the NFLPA is going to unleash on the NFL for violating Freeman’s medical history which is covered by […]
TAMPA, Fla. Josh Freemans spiral continues.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers declared the quarterback inactive before their game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. On Friday, coach Greg Schiano alluded the move was possible, when he declined to confirm that the five-year veteran was the teams No. 2 quarterback after rookie Mike Glennon was named the starter...
TAMPA, Fla. -- A day after Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman was declared inactive, his coach said no decision has been made about any future status.
Bucs coach Greg Schiano said he'll consider Freeman's standing "each week," as he does with all backups and inactives.
Last Wednesday, the fifth-year veteran was benched in favor of rookie Mike Glennon...
The strange turn of events surrounding Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman just seem to continue. The team named rookie QB Mike Glennon the starter this week after benching the veteran. Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network is reporting that Freeman will be inactive this afternoon as the Buccaneers host the Arizona Cardinals.
Rapoport stated that the team made the move to make him inactive...
Josh Freeman was already knocked down a peg when he lost the starting quarterback job in Tampa. It looks like he actually might have been knocked down a few more pegs than he thought.
Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano refused to call Freeman the backup quarterback to newly minted starter Mike Glennon, or to even say Freeman will be active when the ball gets teed up on Sunday afternoon...
Buccaneers (for now) quarterback Josh Freeman has responded to the report regarding his status in Stage One of the league’s substance abuse program.
In a statement issued to PFT Freeman explains that he has a prescription for Adderall due to ADHD. Freeman says that last year he accidentally took Ritalin instead of Adderall tested positive for Ritalin and agreed to submit to unannounced...
Joe Bucs Fan is reporting that Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman has entered a drug rehab facility.
Per ESPN’s Chris Mortenson, Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman has entered a drug rehab program.
There were reports prior to Freeman missing meetings and falling out with coaches that he had a substance abuse problem.
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting that Freeman is is...
Josh Freeman isn’t taking his treatment from the Buccaneers lying down. Actually Freeman has gone on the offensive. The embattled quarterback staged his own interview with ESPN, and now according to Jay Glazer, he’s given the Buccaneers an ultimatum.
Freeman wants to be released or traded immediately.
And there we have the next shoe to drop – @JayGlazer reports Josh Freeman...
The Tennessee Titans are tied for the AFC South division lead with a surprising 3-1 overall record. On Sunday, the Titans lost starting quarterback Jake Locker to a hip injury after he was sacked by New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports this morning that Locker remains in the hospital, undergoing more testing but he could miss up to eight...
According to Albert Breer of the NFL Network, the Buccaneers have actively shopping quarterback Josh Freeman.
The Bucs have been actively shopping Josh Freeman, and could try to unload him before they start preparing for the Eagles next week.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) October 1, 2013
The Bucs have contacted at least 12 teams.
Source says Bucs have called nearly dozen teams...
Mike Glennon did a lot of things the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hoped he would in his first NFL start.
What the rookie quarterback didn't do - protect the football and, ultimately, win - are the same things that cost Josh Freeman the No. 1 job.
Coach Greg Schiano felt the third round draft pick did a good job of managing the offense during Sunday's 13-10 loss to the Cardinals...
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers really want Josh Freeman gone. So instead of quietly working out a trade when he asked for one behind closed doors, they allegedly leaked that information. Instead of just releasing him, the allegedly leaked that his was in stage 1 of the NFL drug program. Now they want to trade him:
Source says Bucs have called nearly dozen teams about trading Josh Freeman...
On Monday, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported that Bucs QB Josh Freeman is in stage one of the NFL substance abuse program. Participation in the program is supposed to be confidential at that stage, so someone violated the terms of…Read more →
Original story found on FoxSports.com.
In a statement to FOX Sports on Monday night, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman addressed reports he’s in the NFL’s substance-abuse program by saying he has a temporary use exemption to take Adderall for ADHD and entered the program voluntarily.
Freeman’s statement was issued in response to a report from ESPN stating...
The Buccaneers hired Greg Schiano to bring discipline to the organization and to turn the franchise around…Yet less than two years One Buccaneer Palace has turned into a three-ring circus.
When the Bucs hired Greg Schiano, he came in and cleaned house and got rid of the “troublesome” players like Aqib Talib, LeGarrette Blount and Kellen Winslow. “Toes on the line” became...