Morris: Bucs could use Freeman, Johnson together

Much of the NFL was on the field Thursday, as 23 teams conducted organized team activities.

Raheem Morris of the Buccaneers was one of the coaches who took the podium after practice and, when asked about young QBs Josh Freeman and Josh Johnson, didn’t hide the fact that he has thought about getting them on the field — together. Although Morris later downplayed using a Wildcat package with both QBs, the fact that he broached the subject without being prompted lets us know it’s something on his radar.

“Don’t be shocked if you see them play together, things of that nature, because (Johnson) is so explosive, he is so talented,” Morris said. “The league is going to a Wildcat format, and he can run the football. He creates mismatches with people, he creates different problems for people. Anything you can do to win a football game you want to try to do.”

The Bucs’ use of Johnson will be something to keep an eye on when practices are open to the media.

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