Jul 29, 2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman (5) throws the ball during training camp at One Buccaneer Place. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The Pewter Plank Podcast, Episode Four: Should the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Give Josh Freeman A Contract Extension?

Ken and Leo return with yet another version of the Pewter Plank Podcast, and in this one they take on the issue of Josh Freeman head on. Is he the franchise quarterback for the Buccaneers? Should Mark Dominik and his crew offer a new deal to the Bucs’ signal caller?

The guys definitely don’t see eye to eye on this topic, as Leo assume his usual role of “Josh Freeman doubter” and even makes a comparison to another quarterback he’d rather have than Freeman. Ken defends the Buccaneers’ QB and has some strong words about why the Bucs should lock him up for as long as seven years!

The duo also talk about Leo’s early 53 man roster projections, which you can read here.

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  • NelsonvillianHill

    after this year IF he finally matures . .

  • scott torrez

    Thank god I’m not in MD’s shoes !!!!!!!!!

    • Ken Boehlke

      He’s made a lot of decisions, but none have even come close to the magnitude of this one. Signing big name free agents is one thing, making a decision on the future QB of the franchise based on shaky results has to be really rough.

      I still stand, when Josh lights it up this year, you’ll all be saying, damn we could have had him for FAR less.