RLMBucsFan: If you were a betting man, what are the odds that Mike Koenen and his $3mil/season salary will be shown out the door at One Buc Place?
The truth is, Koenen isn't the highest paid punter. But he is one of them. Koenen is sixth among the list of punter's salaries for 2015 at $3.25 million according to Spotrac.com. We also have to keep in mind the silly philosophy they had on the punt unit, "Kick it high and short." That wasn't all on him yet there still were times where he shot himself in the foot (no pun intended).
Still, with that said, you can bring in any punter from any level just about and plug him in to be the guy. For a much cheaper price. So I'd say there is a slim chance he stays.
PewterBleedin80: Will Glennon stick around now with McCown gone?
I don't see the Buccaneers holding on to Glennon for any reason. I do expect the team to go out and sign a veteran quarterback this offseason to compliment the rookie they bring in with the first overall selection.
Glennon is serviceable and there have been reports that he would like to start somewhere and that opportunity certainly is not with Tampa Bay. Where that opportunity will be at is anyone's guess. The Cleveland Browns were once highly thought of making a run for his services but what they have done as of late is set themselves up for starting Johnny Manziel or even target Oregon's Marcus Mariota.
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