Josh Freeman

#5 QB / Indianapolis Colts / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 240 lb Age: 28 College: Kansas State Bye 10,18,19,20,21

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    Colts' Josh Freeman: Throws first touchdown in over two years

    Freeman completed 15 of 28 passes for 149 yards, a touchdown and an interception in his first NFL action since Week 7 of 2013 against the Titans on Sunday. He also rushed eight times for 24 yards. The once-promising quarterback out of Kansas State has seen his career spiral into mediocrity since some promising early years with Tampa Bay, and he squandered an opportunity to impress with both Andrew Luck (abdomen/kidney) and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder/ribs/back) out. The fact that realtor Ryan Lindley was trusted to run the two-minute drill over Freeman should tell owners all they need to know about the 27-year-old's chances of regaining an NFL starting job next season.

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    Colts turn to Josh Freeman at QB in Week 17 against the Titans

    Freeman will start Sunday's game against the Titans. With both Andrew Luck (abdomen/kidney) and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder/ribs/back) out, the Colts will turn to Freeman on Sunday in their long-shot bid to secure a playoff slot. He's not a high-percentage fantasy play in Week 17, but Freeman is an option for those scrambling for QB help this Sunday.

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    Colts' Josh Freeman: Expected to start for Colts

    Freeman is expected to start Sunday against the Titans, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Freeman, who signed with the Colts on Tuesday, has been splitting first-team reps with Ryan Lindley in practice this week, and he apparently did enough to win the start Sunday, with both Andrew Luck (abdomen/kidney) and Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder/ribs/back) sidelined. The Colts are a significant long shot to make the playoffs, and it's unclear if Freeman would keep the job even if the playoff miracle came true.

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    Colts' Josh Freeman: Could start Sunday

    For the third straight day, Freeman and Ryan Lindley split the Colts' QB reps at practice on Friday. We do know that both Andrew Luck and Matt Hasselbeck are ruled out this week, but for now the Colts are not inclined to identify their starting signal-caller for Sunday's contest.

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    Colts' Josh Freeman: Could start Sunday's game

    Freeman is a candidate to start Sunday's game against the Titans. With Andrew Luck ruled out and Matt Hasselbeck unlikely to be available for the contest, it looks like either Freeman or Ryan Lindley will draw the team's start at QB in Week 17. A decison on that front won't arrive until later in the week, however, making either signal-caller a very speculative lineup option at this point.

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    Josh Freeman: Signs with Colts

    Freeman signed with the Colts on Tuesday, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star reports. With 2014 UDFA Stephen Morris being the only other healthy quarterback on the roster, it isn't entirely out of the question that Freeman could start Sunday's regular-season finale against the Titans. Granted, Freeman would only have five days to prepare, but Morris has only been on the roster since last week. Of course, the team hasn't officially ruled out Andrew Luck (kidney) or Matt Hasselbeck (shoulder), so there are still a bunch of different ways the situation could play out. Freeman, the 17th overall selection in the 2009 NFL Draft, never lived up to the promise of his impressive sophomore campaign in 2010.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Dolphins release QB Josh Freeman

    The Dolphins parted ways with quarterback Josh Freeman on Friday, reports Freeman was competing for a backup position.

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    Dolphins re-sign quarterback Josh Freeman

    Less than a week after releasing him, the Dolphins re-signed quarterback Josh Freeman on Tuesday, reports the Palm Beach Post. Freeman is competing for a backup role on the team. He is a former first-round pick of the Buccaneers.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Dolphins release QB Josh Freeman

    Journeyman quarterback Josh Freeman will have to journey beyond Miami to renew his NFL career. He has been released by the Dolphins without getting a shot to show the team what he can do in training camp. Freeman spent last season out of football after a poor year in Minnesota, which followed his inconsistencies with Tampa Bay.

  • by Igor Mello |

    Dolphins QB Josh Freeman: Year away from football left me hungry

    Newly acquired Dolphins quarterback Josh Freeman told reporters in a phone conference that a year away from football left him hungry, "wanting to get back in the swing of things," according to the Miami Herald. Freeman, a former first-round selection, was benched by the Bucs in 2013 and traded to the Vikings. The 27-year-old played one game for the Vikings and failed to latch onto another team in 2014. "I learned a lot," Freeman said. "I mean, how much time do you have? The NFL is constantly shifting with players, coaches, organizations. There's a lot that goes into the product you guys see on Sundays. I've spent time watching quarterbacks, watching the process, trying to formulate a plan that will allow me to be as good as possible. "I learned that regardless of how things end up and turn out, if I give it everything I got, there are no questions, no doubts in my mind. It's not an uncommon thing for guys to get cut and be out of the league. But it's not how I see myself. It's not how I see myself in the future."

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