For his career, Glennon has completed 374 of 630 passes (59.4 percent), for 4,100 yards, with 30 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. 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.
The NFL headlines will be heating up this week with the beginning of free agency starting, that means big names moving with even bigger contracts being signed.
Quarterback Mike Glennon is reportedly on the San Francisco 49ers' radar. He played in 13 games as a rookie, and threw for 2,608 yards with 19 touchdowns and nine interceptions. If the Jets want to continue their streak of smart moves the past few weeks and continue looking towards the future, they'll avoid Glennon and look elsewhere for their quarterback. The average Passing NEP per drop back that season was 0.10. Glennon, who was with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, could generate some interest throughout the league, but at least one report suggests that the Bears could be alone in their pursuit of his services. Meanwhile, reports on the dollar value of a potential Glennon contract are hovering around the $15 million per year mark, just a bit shy of what Osweiler got this time last year.
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Since Glennon has very little experience working as a starter, Bears fans aren't very happy about the possibility of landing the 27-year-old.