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Where was Josh Freeman drafted in the NFL?

Where was Josh Freeman drafted in the NFL?

Freeman was selected by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round (17th overall) of the 2009 NFL Draft. He entered the draft with one year of college eligibility left. The Buccaneers later agreed to terms with Freeman on a five-year, $26 million contract, with another possible $10 million in incentives and bonuses.

Why was Josh Freeman recruited as a tight end?

Despite being a highly recruited quarterback prospect, one major program wanted the 6′ 5″ 225 lb Freeman as a tight end, which his African-American father saw as a racial slight. Freeman said he “didn’t see it the same way” at the time, as the school already had a quarterback recruit from his class.

When did Josh Freeman have his radio appearance?

An offseason radio appearance before the 2013 season is still talked about today for its weirdness from Freeman, which fueled rampant speculation and stoked the rumor mills.

When did Josh Freeman retire from the Bucs?

Freeman’s career ended after he retired from football weeks after signing a two-year contract with the Montreal Alouettes in 2018. With the Bucs, Freeman was so protected by the team and shielded from just about everyone, so no one really knew him.

When did Josh Freeman commit to Kansas State?

He originally committed to Nebraska to play for former head coach Bill Callahan, but Kansas State head coach Ron Prince, convinced Freeman to enroll there instead. As a freshman in 2006, Freeman appeared in 11 of 13 games that season, including starts in the final eight contests of 2006.

When did Josh Freeman sign with the bolts?

On September 22, 2015, Freeman signed to play with the Brooklyn Bolts in the FXFL. In his first game with the Bolts, which took place during typhoons created by the oncoming Hurricane Joaquin, Freeman fumbled 5 times in the wet conditions, losing three of them, and threw an interception.