Josh Freeman will make decision on new team by Sunday night

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Josh Freeman plans on waiting until Sunday night to decide which team to sign with.

Free agent quarterback Josh Freeman could have a new home soon. Freeman talked to FOX Sports' Jay Glazer on Saturday night and says he plans to make a decision by Sunday night.

Freeman was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Thursday. There have been several teams interested in his services since then. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport says that the Oakland Raiders, San Francisco 49ers and Buffalo Bills have interest in signing him, while Glazer says the Raiders and Minnesota Vikings are considered front runners. The Green Bay Packers have also reached out to the free agent.

Freeman has been linked to Oakland ever since being released. He's familiar with offensive coordinator Greg Olson and talked on the phone with head coach Dennis Allen, who said that he "would walk right in as the starter." The Bills are looking for quarterback help after losing E.J. Manuel to a knee injury, but he's not likely to hold onto a starting job there.

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