The Cleveland Browns have been actively searching for a quarterback to lead their team. With Johnny Manziel‘s status in limbo, they have had a number of quarterbacks from around the league enter their facilities. After showing strong interest in veteran passer Josh McCown, the Browns are now checking out Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Mike Glennon, who spent the 2013 season as the starter for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Multiple sources have reported that the Browns have at least “sniffed around” Glennon as a potential add-on to their roster. Although no offers have been made or even discussed, Glennon should definitely be a quarterback the Browns continue to pursue. However, that would require convincing the Bucs to part ways with him. Per reports, Glennon could be had for a third round draft pick, but it’s unclear if the Browns or any other teams value him enough to pay that price.
Mike Glennon had a very decent 2013 season with the Bucs. He started 13 games for the team, recording 247 completions for 2,608 yards. He added 19 touchdowns and only 9 interceptions. Last year, he only started a total of six games for the Bucs, recording 117 completions for 1,417 yards, as well as 10 touchdowns and six interceptions. While Glennon has been inconsistent and was replaced by McCown last year in Tampa Bay, he still has ideal size and arm strength for the position. With untapped potential, there’s no denying the possibility Glennon’s career could still take off elsewhere. Whether or not that’s in Cleveland, of course, remains to be determined. For now, Glennon remains off the fantasy football radar for the 2015 season.