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11:26 AM ET 09.15 | The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are losing faith in quarterback Josh Freeman and he has shown that there is plenty of reason for the skepticism about whether or not he can be the quarterback to take this team to the next level. Add in the fact that the team drafted Mike Glennon earlier this year and Freeman is growing increasingly unhappy in Tampa Bay. As a result, the quarterback could be seeking a trade.

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September 15, 2013  02:45 PM ET

You don't exactly have a lot of value, dude.

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September 15, 2013  03:01 PM ET

Trade for what? A bratwurst and a beer vendor to be named later?

September 15, 2013  03:21 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

I think Schiano's house of cards falls apart this season.

Maybe... but this kid hasn't helped either Schiano or Morris much.

September 15, 2013  03:22 PM ET

I'd take Pryor over Freeman.

September 15, 2013  03:52 PM ET
QUOTE(#5):

I'd take Pryor over Freeman.

^^^^ HOMER.

Pryor said he just learned how to throw a football when he joined the Raiders, yeah that' what I want in my starter beginner's throwing mechanics.

September 15, 2013  03:58 PM ET

If this guy cannot take the bad press or heat in Tampa, then I can think of cities where he would be on 24/7 suicide watch if he went there.

Maybe he is just too sensitive to be a QB. Period.

September 15, 2013  04:17 PM ET

I guess reality just kicked in.

September 15, 2013  04:35 PM ET

He would be better served by staying quiet and working hard. The fact that he can't do that explains why no team will want him as their starting QB next year.

September 15, 2013  05:56 PM ET

The face of the remaining 14 games for the Jets?

September 15, 2013  06:22 PM ET
QUOTE(#10):

The face of the remaining 14 games for the Jets?

That's an interesting option, and it makes sense....therefore the Jets won't do it.

September 15, 2013  09:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#9):

He would be better served by staying quiet and working hard. The fact that he can't do that explains why no team will want him as their starting QB next year.

I could possibly see him with the Jags. Not that they'd be better for it.

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September 16, 2013  07:07 AM ET

I'm sure he'll make a fine third-string QB somewhere ...

 
September 16, 2013  07:08 AM ET
QUOTE(#7):

If this guy cannot take the bad press or heat in Tampa, then I can think of cities where he would be on 24/7 suicide watch if he went there.Maybe he is just too sensitive to be a QB. Period.

He might be a candidate for suicide ... but no one should watch.

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