Source: Pat Yasinskas | ESPN.com 
TAMPA, Fla. — Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik and coach Greg Schiano both said Sunday that the team would be open to an NFL investigation into how it was revealed that former quarterback Josh Freeman was in the league’s substance-abuse program.
“We’re not afraid of an investigation,” Dominik told The Tampa Tribune. “We would welcome it.”
Dominik’s comments came after USA Today Sports reported that an investigation by the NFL Players Association revealed that Schiano discussed Freeman’s situation with other players. The NFLPA wants the league to conduct a joint investigation because union officials then would be able to question Schiano and other team officials.