Wesley Chapel, Florida -- Josh Freeman said as a kid growing up outside Kansas City, he was mesmerized by the NFL players showing up to football camps he would attend.
Now he's doing his best to deliver one of his favorite childhood memories to children in the Tampa Bay area.
Once again the starting Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback hosted his annual Josh Freeman Football Camp where over 200 young football players learned skills ranging from a hand-off to a tackle.
Freeman's Bucs' teammate Vincent Jackson even showed up to lend a hand at teaching the players skills that led to his NFL career.
10 News sports director Dave Wirth sat down with Freeman and discussed subjects ranging from the camp, to the Bucs offense, plus the former Pro Bowl quarterback's contract status.