That feeling is mutual.
A source involved in the situation tells NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport that Freeman would like to be traded to a place where he could play. This comes one week after the quarterback denied that he had requested a trade.
Although several teams are in need of a quarterback, our Freeman Trade Tracker reached the conclusion that there are too many factors working against a swap before the Oct. 29 deadline.
Rapoport spoke Wednesday with two NFL general managers, both of whom believe Freeman will have no suitor unless a starter goes down with an injury.
In addition to the $6.44 million remaining on Freeman's salary, another major hurdle is the damage done to his reputation under coach Greg Schiano the past two years.