The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have come to terms with their third-round pick, quarterback Mike Glennon out of North Carolina State.
The contract is, reportedly, a four-year deal. Financial aspects of the signing have not been made public.
Glennon saw action in all four of his seasons at N.C. State, but became the starter in 2011 when then-starter Russell Wilson transferred to Wisconsin.
In two seasons as starter, Glennon completed just fewer than 60.3 percent of his passes. He threw for 7,085 yards and collected 62 touchdowns against 29 interceptions.
While Glennon is not expected to challenge Josh Freeman for a starting role, he is expected to compete for the backup slot.