(AUDIO) Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report: Expect Josh Freeman to be Inactive on Sunday

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Reynolds said Freeman’s recent interview was not authorized by the team and Reynolds said that was likely done on purpose by Freeman’s camp because Greg Schiano has been so strict with the media. Regardless of the interview, Reynolds says Freeman likely wouldn’t be active for Sunday’s game anyways. Expect him to be inactive against the Cardinals.

Both Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams are questionable for Sunday’s game and Reynolds says it’ll likely come down to how they feel Sunday morning. The major issue is the lack of chemistry between Glennon and his receivers.

Reynolds said we’ll have to wait until Sunday to see if the offense is simplified for Mike Glennon. Reynolds did note that Glennon fits the style of offense Schiano wants to run which is big plays down the field. Look for the playbook to remain mostly the same.

With all the rumors leaving One Buc, Reynolds said there are leaks in Schiano’s army. The reason? Reynolds said the work environment isn’t good and much of the staff isn’t getting any love for Greg Schiano. If Schiano were to be fired tomorrow, Reynolds said that not too many people would miss him at One Buc.

Reynolds said the move to televise the remaining home games was a move by the Glazers to stop the bleeding. He says fans are clearly upset about the team and it’s direction and this is a positive move but it also signals a surrender on the 2013 season.


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