(AUDIO) Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report: The Decision to Keep Freeman Off the Sidelines Was NOT Mutual

Scott Reynolds from Pewter Report joins Booger and Rich every Monday to break down the weekend’s Bucs game all while taking you inside One Buc.

Reynolds said that after the tough Bucs loss to the Cardinals, there seems to be a lot of disharmony in the locker room. The players are sticking together but Reynolds said that they aren’t happy with the offensive production. Reynolds did say that the players are taking a look at themselves before blaming each other.

Schiano has said that the leadership on this team has been strong and Reynolds said that the leaders and captains on this Bucs team are doing a good job of sticking together.

Reynolds said that despite Schiano’s claim, Josh Freeman did want to be on the sidelines with his teammates despite being inactive on Sunday. Reynolds said Freeman has always been a good teammate and unfortunately you’re seeing a character assassination by someone in the organization.

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