The Chicago Bears‘ offseason program is set to kick off Tuesday, and their new quarterback is itching to get to work.
Following the matchup, Glennon spoke to reporters and expressed his excitement about joining the club.
“It’s been a lot going on in a month, but it’s exciting stuff,” he told Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune. “It’s what I’ve been working for and now, finally, I get to get it started.”
Glennon isn’t allowed to contact the organization due to the collective bargaining agreement, but said he worked out with a few teammates and began the bonding process.
“There was a handful of guys that we got together, and then we went to a Bulls game,” he said. “It was a good time to meet everybody, start developing some chemistry on and off the field.
“The introductions are over with. I know them all, I know them a little personally, and then just a little bit of chemistry. It’s not a whole lot but at least we got familiar with each other a bit on the field as well.”
Glennon will enter his first camp with the Bears as their starting quarterback. The 27-year-old hasn’t started a game since 2014 as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and has thrown just 11 pass attempts over the past two seasons.
– With h/t to ProFootballTalk
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