What’s Going On With Greg Schiano?

October 14th, 2013

Popular sports radio and television personality Adam Schein, former Oakland Raiders CEO Amy Trask, and NFL insider Jason LaCanfora discuss the hot water Bucs coach Greg Schiano is in over this allegation he leaked Josh Freeman’s medical information in this CBS Sports video.

6 Responses to “What’s Going On With Greg Schiano?”

  1. 1976-77 0-26 looks good now? Says:

    This is all being alleged! I have a inkling that Freeman and his camp may have done this out of spite! Why would Coach do this knowing full and well their is going to be an investigation? Think about it, he is already on the hot seat why would he want the extra attention add on to him! Freeman wanted out of Tampa and knew he had to maybe hurt himself in the process! The perception of Freeman was he was being childish anyways, so in his mind by doing this what was it going to hurt.!He got paid twice in all this process. I might be wrong but it does make the most logical sense! GO BUCS…

  2. Capt. Tim Says:

    “The perception of Freeman”
    Is what people have heard from Schiano- who was trying to Smear Josh.
    Why? A couple reasons. Josh did not want to play in Schianos crappy offense, and asked to be traded. If a young Franchise QB wants to leave, rather than play in a coaches system- a system that is failing/losing, then the coach may go!
    Unless the QB is an “alleged bad person/ drug user.” There are still idiots here, spewing Schianos slurs. Even though it’s obvious now, that Schiano is the problem.
    Schiano is a lil Dictator! He wouldn’t listen to ideas about the offense.he didn’t trade Josh. But he gave Glennon half the snaps with the starting unit, from day one. Mike Williams revealed that in an interview. To give a rookies half the starters snaps- was done just to degrade and aggrevate Josh.
    He told Josh not to attend several team meetings- but didn’t tell the team that. All to try childishly to get josh to quit.

    Three things should be clear now, or will be soon.
    Josh wasn’t the problem
    Glennon isn’t the savior
    Schiano can’t win in The NFL

  3. Tony Says:

    Obviously Schiano is a dumbass. I loved the comment that he did not hear the fans yesterday. If that is true, well, we now know who has the ADHD properly taking their meds. Glazers must be po’d to have to pay the rest of his contract, unless they find he did give out private information, then we may have a breach. Glazers even more mad that with every week, we are getting closer to the #1 pick that will cost $’s.

    Need a good coach and QB at once it seems.

  4. Just A Juggalo Says:

    I believe the Glazers are drooling over the #1 overall pick. They may be able to deal it for Murray and Clowney.

    Clowney has been snake bit this year when he played the 1st game with a stomach virus, people questioned his conditioning. Then he injured a foot/ankle and while toughing it out, a player stepped on it.

    Opposing teams are obsessed with Clowney not beating them so they gameplan away from him.

    All the while, Spurrier has kept mum, hoping that Jadaveon would play another year.

    I believe that if a deal can’t be done, simply draft Clowney #1 and with the 33rd pick chose Aaron Murray or Johnny Football, who may still be on the board due to partying issues.

    Maybe a QB hungry team (JAX) may want to swap picks to pick 1st overall and will give them a 3rd round pick in exchange.

    Joe may be right, hang on to the Little General and lock in those draft picks. Go Bucs!!

  5. Ian P Says:

    This team is stacked with young talent on both sides of the ball. Has there ever been a coach who has done so LITTLE with so MUCH talent? Ever? It’s mind boggling.

    In fact Mike Glennon actually looked like a veteran on Sunday, so we can’t even blame it on the “rookie quarterback” anymore. Schiano has no excuse.

  6. Morgan Says:

    Seems to me that the NFLPA needs to grill its own union members (players) who may have leaked the information out of the Bucs organization. Certain things are appropriate to talk about in the confines of the meetings at OBP – but when the players talk to their agents, that becomes an NFLPA issue with its own members.