The Jaguars are turning to their third starting quarterback of the season.
Mike Glennon will start for the Jaguars on Sunday against the Browns on Sunday, coach Doug Marrone announced today.
Marrone said that he appreciated the work Jake Luton has done as the starter the last three weeks, but feels it’s time to try to turn things around after the Jaguars lost all three games. Marrone also said Gardner Minshew‘s thumb injury is healing and he may be available as Glennon’s backup, but Marrone wants Minshew to have a full week of practice before his next start.
Jaguars are starting Mike Glennon vs. Browns on Sunday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 25, 2020
More QB plot twists: The #Jaguars plan to start Mike Glennon at QB this week, coach Doug Marrone said. While Gardner Minshew nears full health, it’ll be Glennon and not Minshew or Jake Luton.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 25, 2020