• NFLPA wants a joint investigation of Freeman leaks

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Oct 14, 2013
    The NFLPA wants to conduct a joint investigation with the NFL regarding leaks that occurred while quarterback Josh Freeman was still with the Buccaneers. Freeman’s final weeks in Tampa featured multiple leaks. The NFLPA wants a joint investigation because the NFLPA otherwise has no authority to force team employees to cooperate. Per the source, the NFLPA’s primary objective at this point is to determine the source of the leaks, and that the union would take action to prevent similar incidents from happening in the future, if Freeman or his representatives were involved in leaking information in an effort to force Freeman’s way out of Tampa. As Tom Pelissero of USA Today has reported, the NFLPA wants to participate in the investigation because the union is aware of no internal investigation regarding a confidentiality breach that has resulted in discipline. Freeman was released by the Buccaneers on Oct. "However, such information should be shared confidentially with our office rather than inappropriately leaked to the media before the investigation has been concluded into the matter.''
    • Bucs 'welcome' probe of Freeman info leaks

      Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik and coach Greg Schiano both said Sunday that the team would be open to an NFL investigation into how it was revealed that former quarterback Josh Freeman was in the league's substance-abuse program.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • NFLPA believes Buccaneers coach Greg Schiano leaked Josh Freeman’s information; wants him questioned

      The NFLPA vowed to uncover who was leaking medical information about former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman. They are now accusing one person of being the informer. Bucs coach Greg Schiano. According to Tom Pelissero of USA TODAY Sports, t…
      Source: yahoo.com

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