Drafted in the third round last year, quarterback Mike Glennon actually had a pretty decent rookie season after Josh Freeman was jettisoned off the team. Obviously, his record as a starter is subpar, but the rest of his numbers look solid for a quarterback in his first NFL season (obviously, not in an Andrew Luck/Robert Griffin III kind of way, but better than, say Blaine Gabbert). Those stats obviously didn't matter to new coach Lovie Smith, who went out and signed middle-aged/veteran backup quarterback Josh McCown and proclaimed him the starter for 2014. So, how did Glennon feel about that? Privately, it's unclear, but publicly, Glennon said Tuesday he would continue to (cliche alert) work hard and do what's best for the team he no longer leads.