The Buffalo Bills continue locking up their rookie draft class after signing offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, their second-round pick.
Drafted 41st overall out of Georgia, Glenn is being given the opportunity to compete for the starting job at left tackle after Buffalo lost Demetress Bell in free agency this offseason.
Glenn is listed at 6-foot-6 and 345 pounds, and had 50 starts...
Same thing as what we did with Stephon Gilmore, we do it with Cordy Glenn. I reached out to the boys who cover Georgia at Leather Helmet Blog to talk Glenn. The writers are high on Glenn, but they don't exactly think he's a tackle.
1) What are his pros and weaknesses? Let's start with weaknesses. Cordy has issues with outside speed rushers. He is not fast/agile...
Cordy Glenn Adds Beef Up Front For Bills.
Buffalo took advance of a great chance to add a starting tackle or guard to the their team today and only had to use pick the 41st overall in the second round of the 2012 NFL Draft today. Glenn was projected to go in the top 25 and fell all the way to Buffalo at 41. He has awesome blocking skills with a huge frame, standing 6′...
The Buffalo Bills have turned their attention to addressing offensive needs in a big way by selecting mammoth Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn in the second round of the NFL draft on Friday.
Picked 41st overall, the 6-foot-5, 348-pound player has experience playing both guard and tackle, and will be given the chance to fill Buffalo's immediate need at left tackle. The Bills...
Via AP on Fox
April 27, 2012
Cordy Glenn/OT/Georgia: Doesn’t play like you’d expect a guy with his frame would. Doesn’t often get much push in the run game, and rarely overpowers anyone. More of a turner than a mover, in that he creates lanes by turning defenders away from the hole and walling them off. Ineffectiveness in short-yardage is concerning, [...]
As the Matt Kalil debate rages on Twitter regarding whether he can play right tackle, the Browns have reportedly worked out an offensive lineman prospect that is expected to go some time in the first round of the NFL Draft.
It is interesting because Glenn played left guard for Georgia last year, but is trying to sell himself as an offensive tackle. The reasoning for Glenn is obvious...
The Bears could use some help up front and Cordy Glenn could be the man to provide said assistance. We go to the film to take a look at the all-around game of the former Georgia offensive lineman.
If you’re following the NFL Combine this weekend in Indianapolis, two offensive linemen have solidified their status as first-round prospects. Stanford guard Dave DeCastro has reportedly looked impressive with the on-field drills and Georgia’s Cordy Glenn has done pretty well with some of the athletic tests, running the 40-yard dash in 5.15 second and lifting [...]
Georgia's big man Cordy Glenn has certainly been a big name this week at the 2012 Senior Bowl. The lineman says he's been getting some great feedback from the Redskins staff. He discusses improvements made, and how exactly his career as a Bulldog has helped prepare him for this step.
Cordy Glenn OG Georgia #71
Elite size and strength. Four-year starter with experience at both guard and tackle; could potentially play right tackle in the pros if necessary. A dominant run blocker; does a great job getting low and driving his man back. Excels in short-yardage situations. Adequate athleticism for an interior lineman; can...