Evidenced by the fact that Licht & Lovie have completely rebuilt the offensive line along with adding a TE that they believed Glennon and the offense suffered because of it.
That should mean that Glennon gets an opportunity to compete.
We will know by our draft picks if Glennon has a future in Tampa. If we pick a QB in this draft it is likely we will try to trade Glennon. My bet would be that we don’t.
My guess would be that our top two picks will be WR/CB and we will pick a LB or OL in the third round.
Agree TBBF…Glennon racked up impressive statistics without a bona fide tight end, no capable wide receiver, the number one run ing back on the shelf, a porous offensive line, and an offensive coordinator that clearly was clueless.
The only reason to keep him is for holding a clipboard and grabbing rebounds on the Buc’s basketball team. While JF nails 3 point jump shots, one after another after another and the cheerleaders go crazy.
Glennon will compete with Bridgewater (hopefully) and McCown. Mike had 13 chances last year to cement his job which is more than some 3rd round QBs get. He’s not great at anything, ok at some things and horrible at the important things (mobility, pocket presence, accuracy). So we’ll see. My guess is he loses the QB battle in camp and gets traded or released.