Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman injured his throwing shoulder during his team's 23-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, reports J.B. Long of Bright House Sports Network, and did not throw during Wednesday's practice. Coach Raheem Morris says the team will list Freeman as day-to-day, and did not elaborate on his status for Sunday's meeting with the Carolina Panthers.
Freeman completed 18-of-33 passes against Tennessee for 199 yards, adding a touchdown and an interception, continuing a disappointing third season for the signal-caller. Though completing a career-best 61.8 percent of his passes, Freeman has thrown 12 touchdowns and 16 interceptions, as compared to 25 touchdowns and just six interceptions in 2010. At 4-7, his Bucs are No. 3 in the NFC South, decidedly on the outside of the playoff picture looking in.
Elsewhere in Bucs injury news, defensive tackle Brian Price arrived at the team's practice facility wearing a walking boot, according to Stephen Holder of the St. Pete Times. Price sprained his ankle against Tennessee and needed to be carted off the field. His status for Sunday's game is unknown.
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