Quarterback Montreal Alouettes
January 13, 2018 Josh Freeman News
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Freeman agreed to a two-year deal with Montreal on Friday.
The former NFL quarterback will embark upon a career in the CFL after flirting with the league, and the Alouettes, in 2017. His most recent appearance on the field came with the Indianapolis Colts in 2015, where Freeman started one game for the injured Andrew Luck, completing 15 of 28 passes for 149 yards, one touchdown and one interception. He hasn't been a regular starter since his time in Tampa Bay from 2009-2012, but will have an opportunity to jump right in and compete for the gig with Montreal for this upcoming season. At this point, Darian Durant is the incumbent starter, but struggled throughout this past season, and missed a chunk of time near the end of the year due to a knee injury.