Could Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman be declared inactive Sunday? It’s possible.

It appears the Bucs are considering making Freeman inactive Sunday following a whirlwind week for the five-year veteran.

Two days after making the switch from Freeman to rookie Mike Glennon -- and naming Freeman the Bucs' No. 2 quarterback -- coach Greg Schiano was vague Friday when asked if the former starter will be the backup Sunday when the Bucs host the Arizona Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium.

"Ninety minutes before the game I'm going to name who our 46 active players are the guys that are up" Schiano said. "We're going to play. I'm locked in now and our team is locked in. I am done discussing all that other stuff."

This is quite the spiral for Freeman who exited training camp as the Bucs' clear No. 1 option behind center. After avoiding local media since his benching he gave ESPN an interview Thursday unauthorized by the team where he suggested a trade would be the best option for his future. When confronted by reporters Friday near his locker at One Buc Place Freeman smiled slightly and declined comment before walking into a training room.