Mike Glennon's three-year, $45 million deal with the Bears includes $18.5 million guaranteed, but $16 million of those guarantees are in year one.
Bears agreed to terms with Mike Glennon, formerly of the Bucs, on a three-year, $45-million contract.
MMQB's Albert Breer reports the Jets and Bills were only willing to offer free agent Mike Glennon $8-10 million per year, and dropped out when the Bears bid upwards of $15 million annually on Glennon.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Mike Glennon's impending contract with the Bears is expected to be for three years at an average of $14.5 million per season.
Appearing on NFL Network's Good Morning Football, Ian Rapoport said the Bears' deal for free agent Mike Glennon is "all but done."
CSN Chicago reports the 49ers, Jets, and Bills have all dropped out of the bidding for free agent Mike Glennon.
NFL Network's Mike Silver believes the Bears will land free agent Mike Glennon, and that neither the Jets nor 49ers have legitimate interest.
CSN Bay Area reports the 49ers have "no interest" in free agent Mike Glennon.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chicago is free agent Mike Glennon's preferred destination.
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports the Jets do not believe free agent Mike Glennon is worth $14 million per year.
ESPN's Jenna Laine reports "there's interest" in free agent Mike Glennon from the 49ers.
According to Yahoo's Charles Robinson, "multiple NFL sources" anticipate free agent Mike Glennon landing a deal worth $14-15 million per year.
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports the Jets plan to make a "big push" for free agent Mike Glennon when the new league year begins on Thursday.
Bleacher Report's Jason Cole reports the Bucs offered free agent Mike Glennon $8 million per year.