In a radio interview, Buccaneers GM Jason Licht said second-year QB Mike Glennon "scored very high" on the three traits he and coach Lovie Smith feel a quarterback needs to succeed.
Bucs GM Jason Licht said the new regime was sold on Mike Glennon after the first minicamp.
ESPN's Adam Schefter stated on NFL Insiders that Mike Glennon will "certainly" compete with Josh McCown for the Buccaneers' starting quarterback job.
According to the Tampa Bay Times, the Bucs turned down Mike Glennon trade offers from "at least a half dozen teams" during the draft.
ESPN's Ed Werder reports the Bucs have "no plans" to trade QB Mike Glennon.
Coach Lovie Smith called Mike Glennon the Bucs' "quarterback of the future" after they passed on a signal caller Thursday evening.
Sources tell Profootballtalk.com a Mike Glennon-to-New England trade is "not in the works."
The Arizona Republic "guesses" the Cardinals would be interested in acquiring Bucs QB Mike Glennon if he were available for a fourth- or fifth-round pick.
Former Bucs personnel man and new Dolphins GM Dennis Hickey reportedly advocated drafting Mike Glennon.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport believes the Bucs will deal Mike Glennon if they can get a second-round pick in return.
ESPN's Adam Caplan believes Mike Glennon is "going to be as good as gone" in Tampa.
Mike Glennon believes he'll have a legitimate chance to win the starting quarterback job.
Bucs GM Jason Licht said he's "absolutely" looking for a quarterback to compete with Mike Glennon.
New Bucs coach Lovie Smith said he would consider drafting a quarterback at No. 7 overall.