A couple of weeks ago in another thread, someone scoffed when I suggested that Glennon would most likely have to be re-signed in order to trade him for any draft pick of great value, i.e, a 2nd rounder. Since then, we’ve heard rumors of the Bucs attempting to re-sign him. Either re-signed by the Bucs then traded, or a trade contingent on a new contract. Glennon holds all the cards now. A team might part with a 3rd or 4th for one year of Glennon, but anything higher will require a new contract, which means Glennon can accept/reject the team/situation. He wants out of here yesterday, but he can wait one more year if necessary. Just my opinion.
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