Still Here

April 28th, 2016

GlennonjagsThe Mike Glennon Mob won’t get to free their beloved son yet.

The first round has nearly come and gone. Those teams that needed quarterbacks? They weren’t coughing up anything acceptable for good ol’ No. 8.

Tomorrow’s a new day, though. Maybe the Jets get nervous. Denver already traded up to snag Paxton Lynch at No. 26 overall.

Joe highly doubts Glennon is dumped. The biggest obstacle to a Glennon deal, other than him not being very good, is that one year left on his contract. That simply makes him unattractive on the market.

If Jason Licht had a deals on the table for Glennon last year, or the year before, as was reported, then he waited too long.

6 Responses to “Still Here”

  1. cometowin2 Says:

    I am going to be pissed if panthers take Spence.

  2. rayjay1122 Says:

    Let’s face it, we are stuck with Glennon. If he were any good, someone would have traded for him.

  3. finishers Says:

    I will keep him good insurance if you ask me.not that anybody did.

  4. ToesOnTheLine! Says:

    Mike “Allstate” Glennon is the best insurance policy the Bucs could have at “the most important position in football”.

  5. Pawel Says:

    Now it seems like the extra QB signings is for leverage of Mike Glennon extension.

  6. bee Says:

    Oh well. I’ve been saying the only team that wants him is the Bucs. Every team out there would rather roll the dice on a rookie than Glennon. Shows what the league thinks of his “skills.”