Josh Freeman tosses first touchdown pass since 2013
Welcome back, Josh Freeman.
Freeman — the 17th overall pick in the 2009 draft who made 59 starts and once topped 4,000 passing yards in a season before the Bucs released him in 2013 — made his first NFL start since Oct. 21, 2013 in Sunday’s Indianapolis Colts game against the Tennesssee Titans.
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Late in the first quarter, with the Colts trailing 7-3, Freeman found tight end Coby Fleener for a 57-yard touchdown pass to put the Colts up 10-7.
It was Freeman’s first touchdown since Sept. 15, 2013 his second-to-last start with the Bucs before the Vikings picked him up and gave him one start in October of that season.