After a solid showing on day one of the Buccaneers rookie mini camp,
quarterback Josh Freeman was a bit fatigued with what Raheem Morris described as a tired arm, but fought through the sluggishness to shine late on day two of practice.
“Early on today, you could see it,” Morris said. “You throw that many balls in your first camp and you get a little tired. You come out today and you’re trying to aim the ball. Josh picked it up the last two periods and threw some nice balls.”
“It’s a different type of activity,” Morris said, contrasting Freeman’s drills in Tampa with the February combine at Indianapolis. “He’s not worried about his 40 time anymore. Now, we’re talking about accuracy, timing and precision. Now, Josh is getting back in the groove of football.” Source: TampaTribune.com
But is seems that what plagued his career at Kansas State, has followed him to the pro’s. After a poor showing by the receivers and backs on day one they continued to struggle to catch the ball on day two as well.