Mike GlennonWith all the rumors and possible signings going around, one thing that is pretty much certain is that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon will sign a 3-year deal with the Chicago Bears averaging $14.5 million per year. I know that sounds disgusting, and a lot of money for a quarterback who has yet to hit his ceiling, but if you compare it to the Texans deal with Brock Osweiler last season, and the length of it the Bears clearly got off easy. Although they will still pursue a quarterback in the draft, this could be a happy ending for both sides.

The 27-year old has a full season of starts under his belt throwing for 4,100, 30 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in 18 career games. While the Bears have some of the biggest pockets this year in free agency, this move is actually fairly ‘safe’ and a guy like Glennon makes sense. They can add some nice receivers to make Glennon’s time in Chicago a lot easier.

Chicago is in rebuild mode, but currently they provide one of the more promising front line units in their offensive line, and a potential star in running back Jordan Howard is a perfect pair for Glennon, if they look to knock off the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North. Maybe a move like this can keep star player Alshon Jeffrey put in Chicago.

 

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