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Tampa Bay Bucs reportedly won't extend Freeman

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Bucs just want to get at a scapegoat like a good guy like Freeman seems to be!

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Freeman could be good, might need a change of scenery

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Honestly might not be the worst back-up for Cam if we lose Anderson.

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So, do the Bucs go for Geno or Alex Smith?

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Overpaying for a QB is suicide in the NFL. I don't think Freeman is horrible but he isn't worth breaking the bank over. See how he does next year and try to get him at a bargain. If he's greedy, find another solution.

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Well good luck TB. Freeman was yall best QB for a while.

Im glad to know that he may be leaving the division soon.

Go back being a scrubby team. I just feel sad for yall.

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If I were a franchise owner, I wouldn't extend his contract either.

Smart move.

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Overpaying for a QB is suicide in the NFL. I don't think Freeman is horrible but he isn't worth breaking the bank over. See how he does next year and try to get him at a bargain. If he's greedy, find another solution.

You mean the way they broke the bank for such chosen QBs like Sam Bradford and Matthew Stafford?

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So, do the Bucs go for Geno or Alex Smith?

Alex smith would make the most since IMO, I think he would do well in TB. I hope he doesn't go there.

For some reason I have a strong feeling Alex Smith will end up with the Eagles.

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