For his career, Glennon has completed 374 of 630 passes (59.4 percent), for 4,100 yards, with 30 touchdowns and 15 interceptions.
This says more about the desperation that National Football League teams feel to find a quarterback and the value of the quarterback position than it says about Glennon himself.
Glennon started 13 games as a rookie and five in 2014, but he landed on the bench after the team selected Jameis Winston with the first pick in the draft.
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Naturally the biggest and loudest rumors around the Bears focus on the quarterback position, and even though the team can't cut or trade Jay Cutler yet, as he hasn't been cleared to return after his shoulder injury, there are a lot of whispers that the team has one guy in particular circled on their wish list to replace him.
It's unclear if this will impact Glennon's market, which was previously set between $14 and $15 million per year.
Mike Glennon is a free agent, and given his desire to be a starting quarterback, it's nearly certain he won't be returning to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He appeared in two games in relief of Winston this past year, going 10-for-11 for the year for 75 yards and a touchdown. If the Jets want to continue their streak of smart moves the past few weeks and continue looking towards the future, they'll avoid Glennon and look elsewhere for their quarterback.
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Sure, at 6-6 the 27-year-old looks the part; however, he has played in only 21 games in his three-year career.
The Jets are also interested in Glennon, and the Buccaneer reportedly would like to sign him to a backup-level deal. However, that would give them the ability to draft a quarterback in round one and let him develop for a time, with the hope of him becoming a starter in a year or two.
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