On Thursday, Olson, who was offensive coordinator when the Bucs drafted Freeman, called the quarterback a "great player" and said he felt bad about how things ended with the Buccaneers.
"You know, I've always been a fan of Josh's," Olson said, per ESPN.com. "I have a lot of respect for him, as a person and a player, and it's unfortunate to me to watch what happened in Tampa ... really over the last couple of years."
Allen was noncommittal when asked Thursday if he's interested in Freeman.
"I don't know," Allen said softly, according to ESPN.
Despite the bitter breakup in Tampa, with the injuries in Thursday night's game and others that could occur in the coming weeks, Freeman won't be on the street long.