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New Bucs regime still see 2nd-year QB Glennon as the QB of the Future

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: May 21st, 2014 at 12:24 pm EST

Last year, Tampa Bay Buccaneers first-year quarterback Mike Glennon was considered to be the franchise quarterback.

Glennon, who will be entering his second season with the club, has a new regime that he would impress to keep him around. According to Bucs first-year GM Jason Licht, he is sold on Glennon after the mini-camp this past weekend.

Mike Glennon (Getty Images)

Mike Glennon (Getty Images)

When the draft was going on, the Bucs were called by several teams seeing if they would like to trade Glennon. The team had to do damage control with him when he arrived for the mini-camp.

Besides trying to trade him, the Bucs left a sour taste in Glennon’s mouth by naming Josh McCown the starting quarterback. This happened almost immediately after the veteran signed with the team.

The 24-year-old is believed to be the quarterback of the future for the team. McCown is expected to help develop Glennon, so in two years, it will be his team.

The Bucs have improved their offensive weaponry, so it has improved the team’s chances of making the playoffs.

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