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Veteran QB Josh Freeman’s Agent Contacted Cowboys Regarding Backup Quarterback Situation

Update:

ESPN’s Josina Anderson corrected her report saying that free agent QB Josh Freeman‘s agent reached out to the Cowboys, instead of the original report describing Dallas reaching out to his client.

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Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that the Cowboys have “reached out” to veteran free agent QB Josh Freeman‘s agent on Wednesday for a preliminary discussion about joining the team

  • Anderson describes the discussion as the Cowboys “reviewing their options.”

According to Anderson, Freeman remains in a wait and see approach as he continues to train for another NFL opportunity.

Freeman, 28, was taken in the first round of the 2009 NFL Draft by the Buccaneers. He wound up playing four years for the Bucs before they cut him loose in July of 2012.

He had brief stints with the Vikings, Giants and Dolphins before the Colts gave him a shot towards the end of last year. Unfortunately, Indianapolis decided to release him back in March.

In 2015, Freeman appeared in one game and completed 53.6 percent of his passes for 149 yards, one touchdown and an interception.