No, freddy... it's the same ol' story. :-
What is the same old story? You are jumping all over the place with emotional posts but not making any sense.It is a good move for the Bucs to extend Glennon. It helps them and will improve his trade value. Now the team trading for him wouldn't be forced into a Brock Osweiler deal on day one.From Glennon's perspective. A one year extension might also make sense. Without it he makes $1.5 million this year. With it he can make $14 million over the next two years and still be in position to sign a big money contract with another team or via trade.Not saying it's the only possibility, but it is possible. And most important, from the Buc's perspective, it makes total sense.
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