Cardinals to Ink Quarterback Mike Glennon as Backup to Sam Bradford

The Cardinals are already bringing in Sam Bradford to be their starting quarterback for 2018, but also are set to grab a new backup, as reports say the team will ink quarterback Mike Glennon once he is released by the Chicago Bears.

Glennon is a rather interesting story, as he was an afterthought with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but then scored a huge deal with the Chicago Bears last season, only to eventually watch his starting spot get taken by Mitch Tribusky.

He was 1-3 as a starter for the Cards last season, with his only win coming in week three in an OT win over the Steelers at home. Overall he threw for 833 yards, four touchdowns and five picks for the Bears.

His signing won’t be anywhere near the three-year, $45 million deal which basically was a one-year, $16 million with team options for 2018 and 2019, options the Bears obviously chose not to exercise.


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