Mike Glennon will sign with Bears

Mar 09, 2017, 00:25
Mike Glennon will sign with Bears

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.

Rapoport said the deal could be finalized by the end of the day and that it's expected to be worth $15 million annually over three years.

As the Chicago Bears zero in on free-agent quarterback Mike Glennon, veteran Brian Hoyer removed his personal belongings from his locker at Halas Hall on Tuesday, a source confirmed to ESPN. That could be a sign that is market is limited, which would make it more likely that the Bears could bring him back on a cheap deal.

Glennon was a third-round pick of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2013, drafted 73rd overall.

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According to NFL.com, the Bears have emerged at the front-runners to sign Glennon. After all, Glennon has played in just two games the last two seasons, serving as the primary backup Jameis Winston in Tampa.

The Michigan State product and eight-year National Football League veteran completed 67 percent of his passes last season, throwing for 1,445 yards and six touchdowns with zero interceptions. While he has shown some promise - including tossing 19 touchdowns to nine interceptions in 13 starts as a rookie - he also comes with question marks. Glennon has been the Bucs backup quarterback ever since.

Teams like the Browns and Jets were interested in acquiring Glennon, and the Buccaneers reportedly offered Glennon a big contract to stay. It suggests the Bears are bidding against themselves to land Glennon at $15 million per year.