Trade Market For Mike Glennon

March 26th, 2015

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Barring something unforeseen, it sure smells like the Bucs will select Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston as the savior of the franchise come April 30.

About time this team gets a quarterback.

When/if that happens, what becomes of back-up quarterback Mike Glennon? The third-year man out of North Carolina State had half of the Bucs’ wins last year and, unlike turnover-prone Josh McCown, Glennon was able to defeat a playoff-bound team on its home turf. In the final seconds, no less.

Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, who co-hosts “The Sports Page” on WDAE-AM 620, weekday mornings with Tom Jones, believes the Bucs likely will ship Glennon out. He cites the Cleveland Browns signing McCown for $5 million a year as evidence how starved teams are for any warm body who can throw a football.

What the Bucs may get in return and when Glennon could be traded? You’ll have to click on the button below to learn. Audio courtesy of Joe’s friends at WDAE-AM 620.

68 Responses to “Trade Market For Mike Glennon”

  1. MTM Says:

    Why do I think the Bucs are going to completely F up the draft and let Glennon go and end up with nothing to show for it. The smoke screens while holding the number 1 picks are ridiculous. If Winston is their pick then just move forward with the train wreck.

  2. StPeteBucsFan Says:

    As I asked TBBF on another thread….OK we trade Glennon.

    Who is our backup. Mike Kafka? Is he still on the team.

    I suspect someone will point out an available FA. If McCown got 5 million what is a FA who might be competent, unlike McCown, going to get? What does that do to our cap space? Will we go with a low round or free agent QB backup.

    I’m not sold on trading Glennon unless he absolutely brings us a great OL.

    Glennon is now a veteran on this team and knows exactly what Lovie expects and I believe by now he’s probably clued in on Koetter’s offense.

    I just don’t get the rush to trade him. It seems to me he’s the perfect backup to Fameis.

  3. bucs4lyfe Says:

    they could have gotten rid of glennon last year considering how useless he was. I hope he’ll go somewhere else this summer because I don’t think he can exist on the roster knowing they just drafted someone to take his place lol im sure him and his brother will be more interested in who the number 1 overall pick will be than any of us. hope he’s renting because after the draft he’ll be gone, its easier to give up a pick next year than this year

  4. Buccfan37 Says:

    Some can’t wait to trade Glennon out of here. Mostly by Winston as the sure only solution dreamers. It’s near unanimous, think otherwise and read the wrath of the deciders.

  5. Bama Rich Says:

    Send him to Cleveland for their 2nd 1st round pick and our 2nd round pick. He and McCown can team up again. Sounds like a win-win.

  6. mac Says:

    Mike Glennon seems to draw comparisons to Matt Ryan… Since our new offensive coordinator has worked with and has had success with Matt Ryan wouldn’t it make sense that Glennon will fit nicely into the new system being put in place? At very least as a capable back up?

    Sorry, I just don’t see the Bucs trading Glennon and leaving a rookie QB as the only capable (we hope) QB on the roster? Unless a team is willing to part with at least a second round pick or a decent pick plus a starting offensive lineman I would not be interested in a trade…

    We are going to need a solid #2 QB next year… Glennon should stay put…

  7. Bama Rich Says:

    Send him to Cleveland for their 2nd 1st round pick and our 2nd round pick. He and McCown can team up again then take the best available OT or Pass rusher. Sounds like a win-win.

  8. Yungry Says:

    Glennon! Glennon! Glennon! Who is the best rookie quarterback to enter the league in 2 years? Yup, that is right! its Michael

    Draft Leonard to team w/ McCoy and J. Smith will easily go from 6 to 10 sacks

  9. Skyline Crew Says:

    I don’t believe he will be traded. I don’t know any FA QB we would want. Glennon is cheap as he is still on his rookie contract. Also, Lovie said this.

    Coach Lovie Smith said Wednesday discussions about Glennon, who is 5-13 as a starter, could continue until the draft.

    “We’ve had the first pick and we’ve been taking calls for a long period of time, and I assume that would go right up until the draft,” Smith said. “Yes, specifically on Glennon.”

    “I think we want to have our quarterback position as strong as possible,” Smith said. “Yes, you’re a veteran and you’ve been in the league, you can help a young player coming in a little bit more. But Mike Glennon is on our roster because we think he can play. You need more than one good quarterback, that’s why Mike is there. No one is working harder than Mike Glennon at improving his body and becoming a better quarterback.”

    —-So sense he said no one is working harder than Mike and he said no body can out work Winston…Which is true? Sounds like Lovie being Lovie (A LIAR).

  10. bucco brice Says:

    anything lower than a 3rd rounder and it’s not worth it…

  11. ShiverMeTimbers Says:

    They won’t trade Glennon. There are currently no other QB’s on the roster besides him. Who is going to mentor Winston/Mariotta? Certainly not headcases like Tavaris Jackson, Michael “I really don’t care” Vick, Jason Campbell, or Jake Locker….the only QB’s I would even consider on signing would be either Campbell or Matt Flynn (and we saw what Flynn did when given the starting opportunity in Oakland).

    The reality is you HAVE to have a veteran presence to help a rookie out. Wasn’t one of the biggest regrets with Freeman was not having a solid mentor to work with consistently? Of all the aforementioned QB’s I wouldn’t take a 4-6 round pick (which is all Glennon would command) in exchange for throwing our rookie QB to the wolves. That’s how you end up with a David Carr or Tim Couch. Two QB’s that unlike say a JaMarcus Russell or Matt Leinert I believe were very talented and had a lot of potential but not having a supporting cast or veteran leaders ruined their careers before they ever took off.

  12. bucs4lyfe Says:

    LOL comparison to matt ryan? hahaha yea he compares to matt ryan in everything except football career. it sure has nothing to do with wins, passing percentage, yards or game wins…..don’t insult matt ryan a rookie day one starter by comparing a guy who couldn’t beat out josh freeman or josh mccown

  13. Lord Cornelius Says:

    I’m fine with trading him for a high 3rd or better; and then signing a guy like Tavaris Jackson / Matt Flyn / Jason Campbell. I’d also be fine with just keeping him as a backup.

    I like the Cleveland trade idea. Get their 2nd #1 with Glennon and a 2nd rounder. Use that to trade back and get another #2 while staying in round 1.

    Then we can go OT/DE/OG/C in rounds 1-4 after grabbing Winston. One can only dream though. Doubt Cleveland pulls that trigger but who knows with them

  14. kaput Says:

    Trade him for a pretty good offensive lineman.

    Sign a veteran like Hasselbeck to provide some experience for Winston to lean on.

    Call it a day.

  15. WS99 Says:

    I think we should keep Glennon. I think he and Winston would make a great duo.

  16. Buc1987 Says:

    bucco brice Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 12:28 pm

    “anything lower than a 3rd rounder and it’s not worth it…”

    Alas we agree on something, kind of. I’m not saying he’s worth a 3rd rounder, I’m saying I would not trade him for anything lower.

    I think he’s worth a 4th or 5th though.

    I’m also fine with keeping him here.

  17. ShiverMeTimbers Says:

    Anyone who thinks we could get higher than a 3rd rounder for Glennon is out of their minds. And a first rounder?! Come on, this isn’t Maddon or your office fantasy league where you can pick on Debra in Accounting with ridiculous trades.

    Any executive that puts the same value on Glennon as Bledsoe, Elway, Montana, Favre, Tarkenton, Theismann, Carson Palmer, Jim Everett or even Trent Green, Jay Cutler and Brad Johnson (all QB’s traded for a first) deserves to go work for the Charlotte Stone Crabs scouting department

  18. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We are in a great positon…..we will choose a QB that will likely start…..we can trade Glennon if we get our price, or keep him.
    Our options are many….we can trade Glennon to a team for a player or pick or both…perhaps it would be their veteran backup…..we have first shot at all waivers….we have also interviewed several late round QBs…..sure that would be different to have 2 rookie QBs….but stranger things have happened.
    I still feel there will be a veteran FA available for us.

  19. Clint Says:

    Who is a good back up for Jameis if they trade Glennon?


    bucs4lyfe, your constant bashing of Mike is getting old. The way you talk, Mike doesn’t even belong on an NFL sideline. Yet the Bucs are receiving plenty of interest in him from around the league. Your hatred is blinding you man!!

  21. mac Says:

    @ bucs4life…

    I never said Mike Glennon = Matt Ryan… Grow up!

  22. bucs4lyfe Says:

    Mike Glennon is a 5-13 starter. You follow this team know all the players and every game which is why your the only ones who think a player is better than he really is on this team, stop being emotional because none of you would of he’s traded for a starting guard or tackle, I think we need a completely new quarterback roster and start fresh. Take the emotion out of it none of you know the guy personally, of he won’t start doesn’t matter if he’s on the roster or freakin Jason Campbell since we’re going with a rookie

  23. Stanglassman Says:

    ShivermeTimb- No one is suggesting trading Glennon for their 1st rd pick alone, their 2nd 1st (19th) for our high 2nd (34th overall) for him. It may not be realistic either but not preposterous.

    Bucs other QB on the roster is QB Seth Lobato, from VJax alum N. Colorado St.

    BTW- I was speaking of Evans TMZ fight at the Miami bar yesterday.I think it was post draft though. I love the guy and don’t think either he or Jameis will have off the field trouble. I just think violent behavior tends to be repeated more than BB gun or shop lifting.

  24. Buc1987 Says:

    bucs4lyfe…well said.

    What will Glennon mean to them when/if he gets traded to another team? I have no idea.

  25. drdneast Says:

    Once again Joe is trying to trade away a valuable player for a seemingly worthless 3 to 5 draft round pick.
    The madness.
    Glennon has two years left on his deal so what is the hurry.
    If the Bucs draft either QB he might not be as “pro ready” as everyone thinks.
    And even if he is, what if he gets injured and has to sit for three or four weeks.
    Other than Mattt Moore, who won’t come as cheap as Glennon, there are no other QB’s who are worth a spit as backups.
    BTW, Mike Kafka I believe was waived and Jake Lockler just retired.

  26. Luther Says:

    We’ll be lucky to get a bag of cheetos for Glennon. I hope we can use him during the draft for ammo to trade back into the first round for a player we like.

  27. Mike10 Says:

    I don’t get the rush to trade Glennon:

    1. You’re not going to get a pick higher than what you’ve invested in him.
    2. We’re not sure whether Winston is going to be successful, and most likely not right away.
    3. How does it hurt to have a qualified backup for once? All teams that have in recent years, have been successful with him (Packers, Pats, Washington, Eagles).

    At best we get a 4th round pick?
    Who did we get in the 4th last year, a useless guard?… I’d take a qualified backup instead.

  28. John Says:

    Better keep Glennon. If we pick Winston or MM you still don’t know if they will be good at the next level. Glennon can and has played well in games. Don’t blame him for last years train wreck with no offensive coordinator and no offensive line. When Glennon is given time and good plays he moves the ball down the field. Look at last years mistakes letting some o-lineman leave to other teams. Then the replacements we brought in were worse than what we had. Keep what we have and let them compete. Let Glennon compete if we draft a QB. May the best Buc win. GO BUCS!

  29. bucs4lyfe Says:

    and it’s not even about his skills, he clearly is not a franchise quarterback…..all you can say about him is he’s good he’s ok. lovie is a 2-14 coach, he’s a 5-13 player. my only point is having a backup quarterback does not make this team better and if we are looking at a veteran back up glennon does not fill that role because there’s no wealth of knowledge at his fingertips, he’s just getting his whistle wet and hasn’t come into his own yet either

  30. mac Says:

    Did you read the second part of my comment?

    Like the part where I said its ok to trade Glennon for proper compensation?

    How is that being over emotional about a player?

    Please read my full comment if your going to comment on my comment!

  31. danati74 Says:

    I also think its a bad idea to trade Glennon. The thing is, Glennon does not want to be a back-up. He wants to start, but when WINston is drafted….there is your starter. MG8 is a good QB. He has a great arm, but its not always accurate. He often under threw VJAX. If someone gives us a 3rd rounder this year, we jump on it. Grab another OL. Bucs were also looking at late round QBs. Could look for another guy to develop. Koetter is a QB developer. Just a little more than a month til the draft!!!

  32. Celly Says:

    I think getting back a 3rd for Glennon would be ideal, but I honestly dont’ see us getting anything more than a 4th, considering he hasn’t been that spectacular in his time as a Buc.

    All you guys hoping for a 2nd round pick or better yet a 1st are absolutely delusional. Teams may be desperate for a QB, but they’re not foolish. If Glennon had a better record than 5-13, then maybe, maybe, we could snake a low 2nd from some desperate team. I’ll be happy if we can just recoup the 3rd we spent on him.

    As someone above said, if he’s not going to play, then almost any pick we can get for him to improve other areas of the team will be worth it. If we use that pick we get for him to move up to get someone else, that’d be nice too.

    As far as bringing in someone to backup [insert rookie QB here], I think Jason Campbell would be that guy. Familiarity with Lovie and has been serviceable when called upon. I still remember the last time he had a real shot in OAK. They were actually looking like a real team, until he got hurt.

    Plus, this quote from Wikipedia:

    Campbell is a Christian and has said, “I’m not perfect by any means, but I know my strength comes from God. Without Him, I wouldn’t be in the position I’m in today.”

    Sounds exactly the type of mentor that Lovie would want for [insert rookie QB here].

  33. mac Says:


    I agree… I never said once that Glennon was or ever will be a franchise QB in the NFL…

    All is said was that he has drawn (and he has) a lot of comparisons to Matt Ryan… Tall/slender build, strong arm, smart, etc…

    Where Glennon fails is his ability to find receivers down field when under pressure… He misses a lot of open down field patterns because he is too quick to check down and take a 3 yard gain on 3rd and 12… His ball placement also suffers when he is pressured… His pocket presence is questionable and he is not mobile enough to compensate for it…

    Until he can fix those three basic issues he is bound to be a solid back up QB and that is how I currently view Mike Glennon…

    Hope that clears things up a bit…

  34. BirdDoggers Says:

    Several teams need a QB and there aren’t enough to go around. McCown could’ve been traded in my opinion. He had too much interest after he was released and he ended up getting paid the same amount. Considering it’s a sellers market, Licht should be able to squeeze a very good draft pick or two from a QB needy team. Anything less than a 3rd rounder plus another late round pick wouldn’t be worth it.

  35. bucs4lyfe Says:


    I’m not speaking specifically to you or anyone else….this is one of the few places opinions flow freely about my favorite team so I just talk. we agree and we disagree but theres nothing but opinions here I don’t think your wrong or right because I don’t remember reading your comments….nothing personal but I guess I have to be honest and say im a glennon basher or hater or whatever you want to call me but trying to be objective about him since it involves trading him lol

  36. Buc Neckid Says:

    IF you are going to throw a Rookie Quarterback out to start next year
    It better be one that does not throw a lot of Interceptions
    so Lovie can win with Defense

  37. ToesOnTheLine! Says:

    I think Glennon has upside and can become a good NFL starting QB. With that said I’m leaning towards trade him only because a fan base stupid enough to believe the kid isn’t worth keeping on the team even if it is just as a backup deserves all the losing it will endure if it truly thinks a rookie QB is coming in to save the franchise in year one. Good luck with that pipe dream.

  38. bucs4lyfe Says:

    cant argue no matter who the quarterback is considering what we have now we’re going to struggle if we have no decent oline and run game. but I don’t expect the same o line we currently have to place like they did last year, I believe In o line growing together and that the struggle will help them jell now that they have a stable offensive coach in play. we need to add some juice to our o line not change the entire line up AGAIN

  39. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    I’d say signing McCown to a multi year contract is pretty desperate…..most would agree that Glennon has more value than McCown….youth & inexpensive rookie contract for sure and perhaps talent….

    I think should not take less than the 3rd round pick we gave up for him…..what makes him worse than that pick?…..absolutely nothing….

    and….a 5 & 13 QB on a team that went 6 & 26 isn’t as bad as it looks…..McCown & Freeman went 1-13……

  40. robert 9 Says:

    lol at the ownage of a certain glennon basher

    I would take a second, anything less and keep him. he’s cheap, experienced, smart as hell, humble and played well when the team resembled anything close to a competent OL. He get’s back up too.

    whats gonna happen when MM goes down or JW gets arrested?

    We need more quality backups like mike on this team. I think he should be given the starting gig and build the trenches. but hey, i think long term while other see something shiny and want to pounce.

  41. bucrightoff Says:

    They’ll either trade him to trade him for pretty much nothing (5th round pick) or they won’t. But they aren’t doing better than a 5th so if they’re holding out better, they need to adjust to reality. No one is trading premium picks for someone who will be their backup.

  42. bucs4lyfe Says:


    McCown & Freeman went 1-13
    That was a horrible take and your one of our fans that has great posts here but that was horrible. you wish glennon was half the quarterback freeman was, he has done nothing in this league and people sound crazy thinking he’s done anything to warrant a 3rd round pick. no one has yet to say anything about what he’s done to elevate an offense, just keep speaking about his individual stats when quarterback is the most important position on the field and if he’s a loser the team is a loser in every circumstance. you can spout off freeman’s meltdown all you want and I know it well but his 4th quarter comebacks alone are more than glennon has ever done

  43. bucs4lyfe Says:

    glennon 5-13 as starter

    josh freeman 9 fourth quarter comebacks, 10 game-winning drives

  44. Stanglassman Says:

    Jameis 65/28 TD/Int college career ratio is well above average even his 2 TD to 1 Int his 2nd year is average in the NFL. Now if you watched all the interceptions his 2nd year you would realize that very few were due to forced throws most were the fault of young receivers or late deep passes at the end of the half with seconds left in the quarter.
    He has stated many times that he will eliminate the interceptions as much as possible.

  45. robert 9 Says:

    to call someone a loser when they have been surrounded by incompetence is not a fair statement.

    Furthermore, in life, and in the long run a persons success is about more than a one or two year flash (JW and Freeman) guy who blows up, yet is still incompetent mentally to handle life and what comes with success. I’ve worked with many of these types who may have had some great years, but they falter when it goes to their head/ get a divorce/ get an ego….they just friggin fall apart. thats why common sense is important IMO

    MG will be in the league long after JW is eating burgers with king and russell at the buffett.

  46. robert 9 Says:

    freeman was a pu$$y, plan and simple.

  47. bucs4lyfe Says:

    robert 9 Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 2:02 pm
    to call someone a loser when they have been surrounded by incompetence is not a fair statement.

    Furthermore, in life, and in the long run a persons success is about more than a one or two year flash (JW and Freeman) guy who blows up, yet is still incompetent mentally to handle life and what comes with success.

    I really wish you didn’t make it so easy to call you a hypocrite…..”in the long run a persons success is about more than a one or two year flash” JW has yet to be drafted into the nfl, so your saying all the losses and putrid play is all josh mccowns fault but when it comes to glennon he’s surrounded by incompetence lol they have the same completion percentage dude. im not even going to insult you from now on I feel comfortable ignoring you knowing you’ll never post anything worth reading and responding to

  48. robert 9 Says:

    “JW has yet to be drafted into the nfl, so your saying all the losses and putrid play is all josh mccowns fault”

    I can’t understand the words that are coming out of your mouth!

    I’ve never said it was mccowns fault. they were both going to fail, hell manning would have failed with the OL and playcalling.

  49. bucs4lyfe Says:

    @robert 9

    Furthermore, in life, and in the long run a persons success is about more than a one or two year flash (JW and Freeman) guy who blows up, yet is still incompetent mentally to handle life and what comes with success
    you said this right? success is about more than a one or two year flash right? i’m assuming this is you coming to the defense of mike glennon. your comparing this guy to a college athlete you know that right? your insulting JW mental intelligence but im sorry did mike glennon have some kind of stellar college career that i didn’t know about? did he ever the runner up for Heisman? did he win a national championship? Winston has already accomplished more than glennon has and has yet to be drafted. don’t insult the dude’s intelligence, one is being projected to go 1st overall and one is a 3rd round pick and Winston or mariota come in to the nfl day one making more money than glennon by a long shot. they come in the favorite to be the franchise guy while glennon is on his third year simply trying to get a shot at starting. Winston hasn’t lost a game in the nfl you don’t know what he’ll do yet but we know exactly what glennon has done

  50. Robert 9 Says:

    you can’t fix stupid; i’ll leave it at that.

  51. Robert 9 Says:

    kill whitey!

    forgot to add that.

  52. Lord Cornelius Says:

    Freeman accomplished way more in little time early in his career than Glennon.

    Freeman put up great #s with his #1 WR being a 4th round rookie (Mike Williams). He was clutch in the 4th quarter and made big wow plays in games.

    Freeman won 10 games with a worse roster than what we had last year and with an inexperience head coach.

    I think Freeman may go down as one of the most unique QB careers in the history of this league.

    Came in; flashed potential; put up great #s his 2nd year (2010); fizzled a bit while team collapsed with Morris, (2011); had a great strecth in 2012; at some point for like 6-7 weeks engineering a top 5 offense in the league and set records for yards & TDs as a Bucs QB; but didn’t get along with Schiano; and totally mentally collapsed in 2013.

    Has a QB ever set franchise records only to basically be out of the league the next year? It’s insane lol

  53. bucs4lyfe Says:

    it is insane…..glennon is better mentally but he doesn’t have killer instinct at all. I also found it odd how mike Williams was a household name with freeman as his quarterback now who knows what is going on with him. he’s probably out of the league with freeman. you just cant play quarterback without a clear head, she could have at the very least had a josh mccown type career and atleast been around for a long time

  54. Celly Says:

    robert 9 Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 2:13 pm

    I’ve never said it was mccowns fault. they were both going to fail, hell manning would have failed with the OL and playcalling.

    I beg to differ.

    Manning, I believe, is a smart enough QB and would’ve read the defense, callled an audible and then got the ball out of his hands quicker.

    I’m sick of people saying, “We would’ve sucked with P.Manning, Brady or Rodgers at QB”. Those guys are future Hall of Famers for a reason: They make those playing against them better because of their football genius.

    you can’t fix stupid; i’ll leave it at that.

    You’re right. That’s why I’ll just give up on you for now. Maybe you’ll come back and root for JW when we’re winning.

    Raymond Jameis Stadium

    Lord Cornelius Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 2:53 pm

    Has a QB ever set franchise records only to basically be out of the league the next year? It’s insane lol

    Has a QB ever set franchise records only to have another QB drafted the following year int he 3rd round and then have that coach give said drafted QB 50% of the offseason reps?

    THAT’S what’s insane, to me….

  55. bucrightoff Says:

    Celly Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 3:07 pm
    Has a QB ever set franchise records only to have another QB drafted the following year int he 3rd round and then have that coach give said drafted QB 50% of the offseason reps?

    THAT’S what’s insane, to me….

    Did Schiano take Josh to the club to hit the slopes? Did he force the snow up Josh’s nose? No? Then stop blaming him. It’s pathetic. Freeman ruined Freeman, end of discussion.

  56. Buctebow Says:

    Melman is just not a winner, he doesn’t have the “It” factor. Trading him is fine with me and I can’t wait for it to happen so MGM will shut up. It would be great if they could get an OL for him that can half-a$$ play as a starter. Then for a back up QB, pick up Freeman, or Tebow, as they both would be cheap and won’t get used unless there is an injury, but anyone would do. Just give Melman his ticket to Madagascar already.

  57. bucs4lyfe Says:

    oh please stop with the drug references about this guy already because it’s embarrassing that freeman could come in right now and beat out glennon for a job….he’s just that sorry. atleast freeman made it to the last year of his contract and we talking about whether he would be the franchise or not. we we talk about glennon people are saying will he ever come out of training camp a starter. so what freeman went off the deep end and was too weak to handle a coach that was too weak to handle the nfl. he still did more in one year that glennon has done in two lol he’s one more games in one year than glennon has his entire career and that’s a fact that cant be disputed.

  58. bucrightoff Says:

    Freeman can’t beat out Curtis Painter or Ryan Nassib, and after his workout with the Jets they immediately traded for Ryan Fitzpatrick, but yeah, Freeman could walk right in and win the job tomorrow….

    …the job is for rodeo clown right?

  59. Buccfan37 Says:

    I would like to see Glennon vs Freeman compete to prove you wrong.

  60. bucrightoff Says:

    Freeman is blacklisted from the league, so that’ll never happen. Freeman can compete against Tebow or some CFL guys, but he’s not welcome in the NFL. When you and your agent collude to try and disgrace an NFL franchise, and it comes out you did, you’re finished. Too much skiing is probably why he came up with that disaster.

  61. Firethecannons Says:

    I remember going to one of those night practices at Ray j when they had the golf carts going across the field with big ole targets on them and freeman couldn’t hit that thing to save his life lol. He musta missed at least ten times. I looked over at my friend and was like, *gulp* this is our QB?!? Oh the memories…

  62. The original "Kevin" Says:

    I dont firkin get it!!!!

    Why would you trade Mike Glennon??? We don’t know what he is capable of. Go ahead and draft Winston, I’m a ll for that. But Winston and Glennon should be competing in training camp. There is no backup QB available better than Mike Glennon. We might get a fourth for him if we are lucky. So why trade him? At least why trade him this season?

    We don’t know what to expect out of Winston in his rookie year, Glennon might be the smarter play for 2015.

    Everyone says we have seen all there is to see from glennon, but he has not had a favorable shot. Some just won’t admit that and call it excuses.

    It’s like telling someone they are full of excuses when they finish last in a race with only three inflated tires. ” You should have been a good enough driver to figure it out” Right???

    It’s stupid. Anyone with half a brain is at least curious to see how Glennon would do under Koetter. Start Glennon for 2015, let Koetter work him in, then trade Glennon NEXT season for a 2nd round pick. WTF???

    And if Jamis get’s in trouble, get’s hurt, doesn’t look like he’s ready to start as a rookie, then we have a solid starter with NFL experience under the first proven OC this team has had in 12 years…..everyone wants things to happen over night. You have to give things a fighting chance.

  63. The original "Kevin" Says:

    Firethecannons Says:
    March 26th, 2015 at 5:04 pm
    I remember going to one of those night practices at Ray j when they had the golf carts going across the field with big ole targets on them and freeman couldn’t hit that thing to save his life lol. He musta missed at least ten times. I looked over at my friend and was like, *gulp* this is our QB?!? Oh the memories…

    I will never forget that night. The two backups hit almost every cart. Freeman wasn’t even CLOSE on one throw. And you member the trash cans in the corner of the end zones??? I think one ball Free through went back into the tunnel. Dan orvalowsky looked like Payton Manning standing next to Josh…

  64. Barry Says:

    Here’s hoping MG8 is traded. #ROY #NFL #Team records.

    #DP #HGH #PEDs #BrainDeadRetard

  65. LargoBuc Says:

    I say unless we get a decent offer for Glennon or come up with a good package for multiple picks, we keep him. He’s a good back up and provides depth assuming we pick Jameis. Sure he dosen’t have the experience of, say, free agent Jason Campell. But oh well. If Jameis is going to make an impact, he’s going to get it done with or without Campell. Sure his veteran pressence would be nice, but not worth trading our quality backup for a sixth rounder.

  66. Jack Says:

    Keep him.

  67. Pat Says:


  68. BoJim Says:

    Draft JW. Glennon starts. Koetter will coach both of them up at training camp. Don’t sign another scrub to mentor him. We have enough good poeple available. Why do some of you hate him so much? Ah!! You know more than the coaches. Duh.