Somebody in the Tampa Bay Buccaneers organization is a stone cold liar. On the heels of confidential information being leaked about quarterback Josh Freeman and his inclusion into the NFL's drug program, high ranking officials in the organization are now back pedaling in regards to how that leak occurred.

Head coach Greg Schiano was the first to hop out on the ledge and sort of profess his innocence. According to Lindsay Jones of USA Today, Schiano tried the "I can’t talk about it" approach before simply saying he was comfortable with his behavior in the matter.

"By NFL rules, I really can't comment on that," he said. "I know what I've done. I'm 100 percent comfortable with my behavior."

Finally, when asked if he leaked Freeman’s drug program information, Schiano said, ”Absolutely not.”

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