The Chicago Bears made sweeping changes at the quarterback position this offseason. They cut ties with Jay Cutler, who eventually retired to go into broadcasting before reversing course and unretiring to play for the Miami Dolphins. The Bears also traded up from the No. 3 pick in the draft to No. 2 in order to draft former North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.
Glennon got the start in the Bears' first preseason game (GameTracker) and things got interesting rather quickly. Chicago's first drive of the game started with a two-yard Jordan Howard run. Glennon quickly threw incomplete to Cameron Meredith on second down,<strong>Womens Jordan Phillip Jersey</strong>, then decided to throw a sail route on third down. That attempt was unsuccessful,<strong>Authentic Jacoby Brissett Jersey</strong>, because it was thrown in the general direction of Chris Harris, the best cornerback in football.
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