Freeman "tweaks knee" in All Star Game

Playing in the US Army All-Star game, Josh Freeman injured his knee playing with some of the best talent in the country.

Playing in the US Army All Star game in San Antonio this weekend for the West squad, Josh Freeman left the game after "tweaking his knee".

Directly following the game, KStateFans had a chance to speak with Josh about the injury.

"Well I kind of tweaked it out there. I do not think it is anything too bad. I was hoping to get a little more playing time but with my knee and everything I came out a little earlier," said Freeman.

Freeman who was paired with two other Blue Chip quarterbacks in Mitch Mustain and Jevan Snead for the West, said he felt he had some good practices leading up to the game and that he felt a little rusty.

"This past week I thought I had some really good practices coming in to the game. I think I could have played a little better but you know you always look at that and want to play better. I came out a little early with the knee but I do not think it is any big deal. I just twisted it a little out there."

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