That's because telling what happened to him gives us an opening to tell you about a great deal.

So, kudos to Mike Glennon recently signed a healthy 3-year, $45million deal with the Chicago Bears.

Presumably, this meant the Bears were making some sort of commitment to the 27-year old slinger.

However, logic and reason don't often leap to mind when discussing this organization.

With the Jay Cutler era having gone the way of the dodo bird, Glennon figured he was the man.

Not so fast. Click over to The Daily Player to see why these Bears aren't Da Bears.

However, here at Fanorama, you can be sure that these polarized pro sunglasses are da bomb:

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They're a steal at $35.50. Just know that's not how we got them.

Here's your shot at showing more logic than the Bears. Cool shades. Great price. See you at checkout.

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