After collecting $18.5 million for four starts in Chicago, Mike Glennon is reportedly moving
The Chicago Bears are effectively handing the keys to the franchise to Mitch Trubisky.
The Bears are already near the top of the league in available cap space for 2018, with about $50 million to spend. And they’re likely to have a lot more space available when they get done cutting expensive veterans. Mike Glennon has a team-high cap hit of $16 million for 2018, and it goes without [more]
AJ McCarron is going to be the toughest quarterback to figure out in this year’s free agent class. McCarron, who found out yesterday that he won a grievance with the Bengals and will be an unrestricted free agent next month, has shown enough promise that there might be teams that think he can be a [more]
Is AJ McCarron about to get Glennon-ed?
As the quarterback dominoes begin to tumble this offseason, one of last year’s winners (at least from a personal financial standpoint) figures to hit the market again. Via Jeff Dickerson of ESPN.com, the Bears are expected to part ways with quarterback Mike Glennon, who was signed less than a year ago with plans to be [more]
With Mike Glennon's expected departure, the Bears need a backup quarterback. Should they go for a veteran or head to the draft?
Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky didn’t get much work with the starting offense during minicamp, training camp and the preseason. That was Mike Glennon‘s job, and Mark Sanchez was in the mix as well, and Trubisky was working a lot with third-stringers who didn’t even make the Bears’ 53-man roster. All of that is to say [more]
Just as good, if not better, than what Mike Glennon would have tossed. The Chicago Bears’ offense has become a lot more fun since Mitchell Trubisky became the starter. On Sunday, though, it was a Tarik Cohen touchdown pass that caught...Show More Summary
The Bears' investment in Mike Glennon delayed the inevitable move to start the hyped rookie
Mike Glennon will make $16 million this year from the Bears, but he’s not playing — and when he was playing, he wasn’t playing well. Case Keenum will make $2 million this year from the Vikings, and he is playing. And — based on his 17-for-21 performance in Chicago last night — he’s playing well. [more]
The future Hall of Famer doesn't think Mike Glennon got a fair shot
If the Bears coach is so sure of Trubisky, why did he start Mike Glennon for four weeks?
Chicago Bears quarterback Mike Glennon wasn't the only problem with a team struggling on offense while failing to create turnovers on defense.
Mitchell Trubisky says he’s ready. The Bears think he’s ready, too, or they wouldn’t have benched Mike Glennon. In fact, offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains said Thursday that Trubisky is “as close to ready as any rookie I’ve ever been around.” At the same time, the Bears know it isn’t going to be all first downs, [more]
The Mitch Trubisky era has begun with the Chicago Bears. Trubisky takes over as the Bears’ starting quarterback in place of Mike Glennon. Trubisky will make his first career start when the Chicago Bears host the Minnesota Vikings onShow More Summary
Mike Glennon‘s run as the Bears starting quarterback has come to an end after four games, which was both a decision that Glennon didn’t want the team to make and one that he didn’t react to emotionally when he met the media on Tuesday. Glennon said he realized that his eight turnovers were “very critical” [more]
Bears rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky says he's ready to take on the starting role after Bears coach John Fox benched Mike Glennon.
Bears coach John Fox is defending Mike Glennon, the quarterback he benched this week, as a hard worker who put in all the effort asked of him. Fox said today that Glennon deserves to be appreciated for the work he put in over the last six months. “Mike gave us everything he had. He prepared [more]
Reports that the Bears pulled the plug on Mike Glennon‘s run as the team’s starting quarterback surfaced on Monday afternoon and the team confirmed them a short time later. Head coach John Fox discussed the decision to go with Mitch Trubisky on WBBM on Monday night and called the move “a decision that needed to [more]