NFL.com's Ian Rapoport believes the Bucs will deal Mike Glennon if they can get a second-round pick in return.
Speaking Tuesday, Vikings GM Rick Spielman reiterated that he has no plans to trade Christian Ponder.
Would be a dumb move by the Bucs
I get that there's a new regime in Tampa, but between Glennon and Pryor, these teams giving young QBs with mass potential a little bit of a chance and then wanting to or just outright shipping them away baffles me. Glennon showed potential last year, and if you're Lovie Smith I don't know why you wouldn't want to give that a little bit more time and see what happens. If he sucks throw him out, but at least give the dude a chance.
After last year's somewhat boring first round, in which 11 of the first 15 selections were offensive or defensive linemen, and only five skill position players were selected, I'm really looking forward to tomorrow night.
Not only are there three or four potential first-round quarterbacks, nobody has any idea when or to whom they'll be selected. Manziel, Bortles and Bridgewater could all be selected in the top 10 or could drop to the late first or early second round. And on top of all of that, nobody really knows who the first overall pick will be. In all likelihood, it'll be Jadaveon Clowney, but nothing is a lock.
It should make for an exciting night for 31 franchises.*
* - 31, because one team, my Patriots, will either trade out of the first round or use their pick on an interior lineman out of Rutgers or some crap like that.