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.
TAMPA — Like any quarterback, he wanted to be right on the money. So when Josh Freeman was asked if he felt additional pressure entering the final year of his rookie contract — with so many dollars at stake — he refused to be dragged into a discussion.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Pro Bowl guard Davin Joseph was all smiles Tuesday afternoon - and for good reason - as he's fully recovered from right knee surgery that ended his 2012 season before it began.
TAMPA — Josh Freeman has endured two head coaching changes, three offensive coordinators and four quarterback coaches. But he is on the same page as the Bucs regarding his future with the team.
Good news for Josh Freeman.
Evidently, he's going to be able to afford that PlayStation 4, after all.
INDIANAPOLIS -- After time to reflect on his first season in the NFL, a rested Bucs coach Greg Schiano said he has belief that quarterback Josh Freeman can help the Bucs reach their goal of a Super Bowl.
"Josh Freeman is our quarterback and I believe that with Josh Freeman, we’ll be able to accomplish …
INDIANAPOLIS — Josh Freeman has a lot to improve before next season — accuracy, preparation and decision-making. But he doesn't have to work on earning the confidence of his coach.