Josh Freeman feeling tension in Tampa, fantasy value continues to fall


Head coach Greg Schiano might not have the best relationship with his starting quarterback these days. We break down the fantasy implications.

Josh Freeman and Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano don't seem to have the best relationship, but their problems appear to be growing in 2013. There is a "growing disconnect" and "some real tension" between the two, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Jason La Canfora expects Freeman to request a trade before the deadline in October. While this is speculative, Mike Glennon would step in as the starting quarterback if Freeman leaves.

Fantasy impact: Reports around Tampa Bay don't all agree on the issue at hand, but it's clear Schiano and Freeman aren't big fans of each other. Freeman is apparently unhappy about his coach revealing he missed team meetings

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Carson Palmer and the Bengals endured mutual frustration back in 2011. Cincinnati ultimately traded Palmer in October to the Raiders. Trade talks surrounding Freeman are simply early predictions, but whatever the case, fantasy owners should avoid him at this time.

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