Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Tampa Bay’s Josh Freeman was not on the sidelines

Josh FreemanJosh Freeman, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB who was recently demoted, was not on the sidelines when his team was defeated on Sunday 13-10 by the Arizona Cardinals, to the dismay of many fans and pay per head sportsbooks following the player.

Greg Schiano, Buccaneers coach, said that it was a “mutual decision” between Freeman and the team. Pay per head sportsbooks found out that the player did not dress for the game and was watching the match in a suite with the Bucs’ other inactive players.

Before the game, some of the inactive players were seen on the field, but pay per head sportsbooks saw that Freeman was not one of them, and many fans were really hoping to see the player in action. On Wednesday, the Bucs announced that rookie Mike Glennon would start against the Cardinals while Freeman would be the backup.

But price per head services learned that on Friday, a day after Freeman had an interview with ESPN’s Josina Anderson that was not sanctioned by Tampa Bay, Schiano backed off his statement about the player being the backup. Freeman said he that wanted to be traded from the Bucs, and this bit of news got many fans that follow the team and the player thinking.

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that on Sunday, Tampa Bay relegated Freeman to a suite and went with Dan Orlovsky as Glennon’s backup.

“With all the happenings of the week, that was the best thing for our team,” Schiano said regarding the decision not to have the QB on the field.

Pay per head sportsbooks also saw that after the game, Freeman was the first player who was seen leaving the locker room.

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“I’m not commenting at this time,” Freeman told the media.

Fans everywhere and pay per head sportsbooks will see what’s next for the QB, and many believe that it would be a good move if the player returns to action as soon as possible, but that is yet to be seen.