Trade speculation has already begun about Josh Freeman after his announced demotion on Wednesday by Buccaneers. The Jacksonville Jaguars could be the most woeful team at the quarterback position and Freeman would certainly be an upgrade over Chad Henne and Blaine Gabbert, but the Jags are apparently satisfied at the position for now.
No surprise: Jaguars have zero interest in trading for Bucs QB Josh Freeman
— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) September 25, 2013
No front runners have come to the surface to bid on Freeman, but a popular favorite may become Oakland. The Raiders have been known to make trades recently in their desperate quest to find a franchise QB. It helps that the offensive coordinator in Oakland is Greg Olson, who held the same title in Tampa Bay during Freeman’s first three years in the league.
If Terrelle Pryor’s concussion keeps him out awhile, and Matt Flynn proves he was nothing more than a one game wonder, would it make sense for the Raiders to pursue Freeman? You tell us.