The Josh Freeman experiment in both Tampa Bay and Minnesota failed miserably and now the quarterback is going to be looking for a new home in the offseason. The Vikings aren’t likely to bring Freeman back which means 30 other teams in the NFL will be taking a look at him to see if they want to burden themselves with what seems to be an unmotivated quarterback.
Freeman’s career is on the skids and that means the black hole of the Oakland Raiders may end up being the one place willing to suck him up and drain him of whatever career he has left. Oakland is notorious for being the place where careers go to die, specifically careers of quarterbacks. That’s why it should come as no surprise that the Raider may scoop him up in the offseason.
The wild card in this, though, is Josh Freeman. His best time in Tampa Bay was when Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson was coaching him up with the Buccaneers. Olson likes Freeman a lot and the feeling, it’s assumed, is mutual. There’s a reason Freeman was linked to Oakland last year before he was sent to Minnesota.
The move would make sense, but the question is will even the lowly Raiders want to take a chance on Freeman when they’ve already had their share of unmotivated quarterbacks come through town in recent years?