Just when you thought Josh Freeman’s NFL career might have officially ended on Friday, it re-gains life four days later.
The Dolphins apparently had second thoughts after releasing the former first-round pick last week and decided to bring him back Tuesday, according to Mike Freeman of BleacherReport.com.
Freeman re-joins Ryan Tannehill, Matt Moore and McLeod Bethel-Thompson as the fourth quarterback on Miami’s current 90-man roster.
The reversal could simply be for training camp and preseason only, as teams generally have three or four passers before cutting it down to two active quarterbacks and one on the practice squad. But regardless of the Dolphin’s situation, this has to come as good news for Buccaneer fans.
Tampa Bay is set to travel to Miami in Week 4 of preseason, which is typically the most boring, backup filled week of football. But now, fans will likely get to see the their once promising quarterback back in action, this time playing for the opposing team.
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Josh who? He might not be there by the 4th preseason game.
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It would be nice to see Free slinging the ball around in week 4. Such a strange situation with that kid. I still remember that one great season of his as the last time I was really even excited about this team. I hope he makes the practice squad for the Fins.
fl0nase I agree with all you say
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