Tuesday is an important day in the NFL, as teams can now legally contact free-agents-to-be in the hours before the new league year begins on Thursday. He didn't throw a pass in the regular season in 2015, and just 11 in 2016.
Glennon is now looking for a new home, and he may have already found one in the Chicago Bears, who are expected to jettison Jay Cutler and look for a new quarterback. The Bears may be his preferred destination anyway, but now another team with a possible starting job to offer is out of the mix for Glennon.
Impending free agent Mike Glennon would like to actually start in 2017.
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The Bears have made some big strides on defense, as they've improved their front seven dramatically over the last few seasons, but their secondary remains a big question mark, and they have at least one player on their radar to help that beleaguered group. Still, he's expected to land a deal with an average annual value of around $14 million, according to reports. The year before, he started 13 games as a rookie, tossing for almost 2,500 yards, while throwing 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions.
In his 18 career starts, Glennon is 5-13.
That's more playing time than Brock Osweiler had in his career at this point a year ago, and the huge mistake by he Houston Texans in free agency seems to be on the mind of teams interested in Glennon now. They selected Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston, and quickly named him the starter.