Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman is adjusting to life with a new coaching staff. To be more specific, his mechanics are adjusting as the new coaching staff works to get their young signal caller back into form for the season ahead.
Bucs offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan talked about the matter on SiriusXM this Saturday. Freeman's decision making with the ball in his hand will also be under scrutiny from Sullivan and the coaching staff. As reported via JoeBucsFan.com:
"I think when you take a look at some of the things we were able to assess on film, and some of the specifics, it could be some mechanics," Sullivan said. "It could be some certain things that would affect the accuracy. Ultimately, though a lot it is the decisions sometimes that are made. We don't know necessrily what was going into the decision, why the decision was made.
This will be Freeman's fourth season in the NFL. Last year, he threw 16 touchdowns and 22 interceptions. It was not the expected follow up from his sophomore season in which he threw for 25 touchdowns and six interceptions.
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