The Jacksonville Jaguars turn to QB Mike Glennon to make his first start in three seasons.

Jacksonville, Fla. – The Jaguars are going with quarterback Mike Glennon against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, which could give the NFL a trip their first start in more than three years.

Coach Doug Mero made the announcement on Wednesday, when he considered batsman Rookie Jack Luton to be the bench during the 27-3 unbeaten Pittsburgh Steelers defeat. Luton completed 16 of 37 passes for 151 yards and threw four interceptions against the Steelers.

Lutton Jacksonville (1-9) went winless from three starts, dropping nine in a row. The skid franchise joins the longest single-season losing streak in history.

Lutte replaced Gardner Minshe (thumb) during the team’s buy week and completed 54. %% passes for touch2424 yards, including two touchdowns and six interceptions. He has also been fired seven times. His inexperience showed in all three games, first pulling down Houston and Green Bay in close losses and then he struggled against the Blizzard Steelers.

Minju resumed throwing last week, but Maro didn’t think it was enough to get him back.

Glenn, 30, has played 22 NFL seasons with 29 riders, Arizona, Chicago and Tampa Bay, starting 22 games. It has 36 touchdown passes and 20 interceptions.

Buccaneers drafted it in the third round in 2013. He made .5 18.5 million during his one season with the Bears, making his last start in Week 4 in 2017.

Glennon was then made the bench for Michelle Trubiski of Chicago, who got the bench for Nick Falls, who became the bench for Minche in Jacksonville, who was replaced by Luthan, who is now in Glenn’s favor.