It looks like Mike Glennon has a starting job in the NFL. Robert Griffin III no longer has any job.

The Bears finalized their deal Friday with Glennon, the former Tampa Bay quarterback, one day after cutting Jay Cutler. Glennon, who wasn’t about to beat out Jameis Winston with the Buccaneers, got a three-year contract in Chicago.

“I haven’t played in two-plus years but I was playing when I was 23, 24,” Glennon said. “I’m 27 now and I feel like I’m a much better player.

“I’ve grown physically, I’ve grown mentally. I’m more confident in my abilities.”

Griffin spent one injury-filled year with the Browns, who released him less than 24 hours after trading for Houston quarterback Brock Osweiler. Not that Osweiler is certain to be staying in Cleveland, which has stockpiled draft picks for the next two years and could be bargaining for the likes of New England backup Jimmy Garoppolo.

Griffin thanked Browns fans on Twitter, posting a photo of himself holding his jersey.

Meanwhile, the highest-profile quarterback who soon figures to become available, Tony Romo, was still a Cowboy.

Another quarterback situation became clearer when Kirk Cousins signed his one-year franchise player tender from Washington, according to his agent, locking in a salary of $24 million. He played last year under the non-exclusive tag for about $20 million. The team still could sign Cousins to a long-term deal, or trade him.

Washington also added a college quarterback turned NFL receiver in Terrelle Pryor, signing the former Brown to a one-year, $8 million deal. The team lost its two top receivers, Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson, in free agency Thursday.

Julius Peppers is a Panther again. Carolina’s career sacks leader and No. 5 on the NFL chart left Green Bay to return to the team that drafted him second overall in 2002. Peppers, 37, has 143 sacks in 15 NFL seasons. He played eight of those seasons for the Panthers (2002-2009) and was a two-time All-Pro.

The Panthers kept busy, signing three other free agents: wide receivers Russell Shepard from Tampa Bay and Charles Johnson from Minnesota, and safety Mike Adams from Indianapolis.

Veteran linebacker Lawrence Timmons of the Steelers joined the Dolphins for $12 million over two years.

Also on the move on the second day of free agency were several more offensive linemen as NFL teams looked at the crop of blockers in this year’s draft and shuddered. So big bucks were handed out to Andrew Whitworth by the Rams, Russell Okung by the Chargers, Riley Reiff and Mike Remmers by the Vikings, Ricky Wagner by the Lions and Manelik Watson by the Broncos.

Cincinnati re-signed cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick and Dallas brought back receiver Terrance Williams.

One player who was franchise-tagged got a long-term deal. Linebacker Chandler Jones re-upped with Arizona for five years and $82.5 million, with $53 million guaranteed.

The Cardinals acquired Jones before the 2016 season from the Patriots. He had 11 sacks last season with four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and 15 tackles for loss.

“Every interview that I’ve had since I’ve been here, everyone’s asked me ‘How long are you going to be here? Are you going to be a free agent? Are you going to test the market?’ ” he said. “It’s all over. Today’s been a great day.”