Tampa Bay is looking at veteran QB's Josh McCown and Shaun Hill as potential competition for Mike Glennon. This may mean the Bucs intend on passing on a first round QB and looking at the position later in the draft.
Is Lovie Smith going after another Chicago Bear? Rumors already swirl around KR/PR Devin Hester and DB Charles Tillman joining Lovie in Tampa. If Lovie grabs a veteran backup in free agency, don't be surprised if the Bucs grab one of the big name WR's in the first round.
McCown had great year in Chicago under Marc Trestman, but even if he did start some games, it's hard to imagine him putting up big numbers with lesser receivers while under a defensive minded coach. Shaun Hill is an even less exciting prospect for the Bucs, having spent the last four years as Matthew Stafford's backup in Detroit.
It's unlikely either QB would knock Glennon from his starting position.
As more teams express interest in Josh McCown, the less likely the Bears will be able to keep him. They've already invested a lot of money at the position in locking up Jay Cutler, and are unlikely to give McCown the money he'll command in the open market. The Bears may bring back Jordan Palmer to back up Cutler, if McCown bolts for another team.