Josh Freeman is the quarterback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Selected in the first round (17th overall) of the 2009 draft out of Kansas State, he became the Bucs' full-time starter in his second season. He passed for 25 touchdowns with just six interceptions in 2010, leading the Bucs to a surprising 10-6 record one year after the team went 3-13. It marked the biggest single-season turnaround in team history. In 2012, Freeman passed for 4,065 yards and 27 touchdowns, both single-season franchise records.
Just two weeks after getting released by the Bucs, quarterback Josh Freeman will start for the Vikings against the Giants on Monday Night Football.
Former Bucs quarterback Josh Freeman spoke Monday night for the first time since he signed with the Minnesota Vikings, saying he's "pumped" to start a new chapter in his NFL career.
TAMPA -- Bucs left tackle Donald Penn vented his frustration in a national radio interview Tuesday night, and again Wednesday said he's unhappy by the way the media has treated his close friend, former starting quarterback Josh Freeman.
While Bucs players were saying - at least, publicly - the right things Wednesday about supporting the decision to bench quarterback Josh Freeman, it was clear the move took them all off-guard.
TAMPA — Why now?
Why are the Bucs benching quarterback Josh Freeman now?
While the Bucs decided to bench quarterback Josh Freeman this week, they apparently had their doubts in the offseason, showing a lot of interest in veteran Carson Palmer.
Bucs players have picked their captains for this upcoming season, and there's one noticeable omission.
The Jets may be starting a rookie quarterback Sunday in Geno Smith.
Former Bucs coach Jon Gruden, speaking to the media on a "Monday Night Football" conference call Thursday, said he likes his old team to not only make the playoffs but win the NFC South this season.
MIAMI — Just you wait until Fran Tarkenton hears about this.