The Buccaneers signed quarterback Josh McCown this offseason, and might draft a future starter next week.
Which means they have a gently used former third-rounder, which could be yours for the price of less than that.
According to Adam Caplan of ESPN, the Bucs are willing to trade quarterback Mike Glennon.
Last year’s third-round pick started 13 games, and was not awful. There were stretches when he looked downright competent, so someone who valued him a year ago might be willing to part with something to bring him in at a reduced rate.
The Bucs have been mentioned as a possible landing spot for Johnny Manziel, so with McCown already on hand for short-term cover, Glennon would be extraneous.
The Bucs could also stand to add some picks, as they’re short a fourth-rounder (the remnants of the Darrelle Revis trade).