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The Texans were the OSRS Gold
« on: October 30, 2017, 01:11:24 pm »
Arizona (Carson Palmer), Minnesota (Sam Bradford), Kansas City (Alex Smith) and New Orleans (Drew Brees) — field quarterbacks who were established starters for at least part of the OSRS Gold previous season with their prior team.That leaves Cleveland, Houston, San Francisco, Buffalo and the Jets.



The Texans were the only one that reached the playoffs last season, and they’re already looking to replace Brock Osweiler after a horrendous first season following four years sitting behind Peyton Manning.Glennon will arrive in Chicago with an even less-impressive resume than Osweiler, who at least had his moments during a seven-game starting stretch in 2015.



Putting Glennon's pending contract into detailGlennon was thrust into Tampa Bay’s starting lineup as a 2013 third-round draft pick after Josh Freeman’s off-field implosion. Despite throwing 19 touchdowns with nine interceptions, Glennon went 4-9, and coach Greg Schiano and general manager.



Mark Dominik were fired.Schiano’s replacement Lovie Smith wasn’t particularly impressed with Glennon, even though the Bucs proceeded to decline trade offers for him. Smith and new GM Jason Licht signed journeyman Josh McCown and immediately designated him as.



Tampa Bay’s starting quarterback without even staging an open competition for the job.Glennon did start five games in 2014, but was benched after the Bucs posted a 1-4 record. Nothing that Glennon showed Smith or Licht during Tampa Bay’s 2-14 campaign deterred the Bucs from making.



Jameis Winston the No. 1 pick in the 2015 draft. Glennon then sat behind Winston for two full seasons, with the lone exception of mop-up duty in a 2016 blowout loss to Atlanta.For this, ESPN reports that Glennon is set to ink a three-year, $43.5 million contract that includes $19 million guaranteed.
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