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Freeman denies trade demands, as the young quarterback and Greg Schiano have friction right now

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

Josh Freeman was once considered the long-term answer to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers struggling quarterback situation.

Yet, Freeman struggled last season, and now his team is 0-2 to start this season. There was speculation with Mike Glennon being drafted by the team that this could be Freeman’s final season with the team.

Josh Freeman

Josh Freeman

Freeman, in his post-game press conference, denied that he would like to be traded. The NFL’s trade deadline is nearly a month away in October.

“If it’s going on, I need a new camp,” he said.

The word “it” makes one believe he is referring to being traded. And the word “camp” is supposedly Freeman’s agents.

Earlier on Sunday, it was reported by ESPN’s NFL Insiders Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen that Freeman had his captaincy removed after missing team meetings. Yet, head coach Greg Schiano has denied that.

There is obviously friction between Schiano and Freeman right now. The season is already two games in, and it appears like the ship is already sinking, as Freeman and Schiano could possibly be on their way out of town.

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