The Cleveland Browns' quarterback situation is decidedly unsettled at the current moment, with the futures of free agent Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel in Northeast Ohio both in question at the present moment.
One out-of-house option that hasn't really been discussed a lot is Tampa Bay Bucs QB Mike Glennon, who ESPN's Chris Mortensen believes could be a solid trade fit for the team heading into 2015.
Via Schein On Sports:
“Well, listen. Go out and I’d say, go back and look, even for the cynics, go back and look at some of his past work now. I don’t know how many games he has played in, 20, 21, 19, whatever, his numbers are pretty good. In retrospect, it shows Greg Schiano identified a valuable quarterback. And when you play in the AFC North, man, those big-armed, strong guys, that’s what you win with. Joe Flacco, Ben Roethlisberger. Now I am not saying Glennon is in that category. That’s the type of guy, if I were Cleveland, I’d be looking to see if I could make a play for him. And I think Jimmy Haslam, the owner, knows that Mike Glennon is a guy that they should be considering.”
Glennon stands at 6-foot-6, 226 pounds, and has completed 58.8 percent of his passes for 4,025 yards with 29 touchdowns and 15 interceptions over his past two seasons in Tampa (which includes 18 starts).
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