Why would he even consider that? Dude wants his shot and he is not getting it here.
Maybe he's happy being Robin....not everyone has it to be Batman!!
I've always said being a back up QB would be the best job in the NFL. you get paid very well to practice a few days a week, never take any wear and tear on your body and you hang out on the sidelines during games... sounds like a good deal to meAnyways I think it's a good deal either way, you get him signed at 6 mil a year and it makes it much easier to trade him or if you still don't get what you want, you have a serviceable backup for 3 or 4 more years
it would be a fantastic deal. If he did get a shot next year and it didnt work out then that could cut his career short or at least ruin the maximum finacial potential he has. if hes a 6 million dollar backup for 4 years then that extends the amount of time hes able to eventually look for his shot again. This league has proven that they dont really care how young the QBs are, teams get desperate enough to take an old good backup QB if hes balling out a few games at age 28-30. Look at Fitzpatrick, hes in his 30s and Glennons ceiling is higher than his. Look at McCown he flirted with becoming the man for 3 different teams in his mid to late 30s. This would definitely be a great gig for Glennon and the Bucs.
Use this only to report spam, harassment, fighting, or rude content.