CORDY GLENN RUMORS & GOSSIP

For Bills tackle Glenn, no news is good news

BY DAN BEGNOCHEPlenty has been said about the left side of the Bills' offensive line this season. Left tackle Cordy Glenn's name, however, hasn't been part of that conversation — for good reason.The 24-year-old put together a respectable rookie season last year, starting 13 games while allowing six sacks and nine QB hurries. His efforts earned him the full-time role...
Via AFC East Daily
November 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Protecting EJ’s Blindside: Cordy Glenn

It’s time to shine the spotlight on the Bills o-line! Whether you like it or not, any team’s offense can only go as far as their offensive linemen will let them. It starts and ends with the men up front. This year’s NFL Draft showed that when offensive tackles were taken with three of the first four selections and offensive linemen as a whole with six of the first 11. Within...
Via Buddy Nixon
September 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Players to Watch AFC East

Our Players to Watch Segment now takes a look at the question filled AFC East Buffalo Bills: Cordy Glenn LT- Questions have persisted since draft day as to whether or not Cordy Glenn can play Left Tackle in the NFL. Those questions remain largely unanswered after a season that produced mixed results for the 2012 2nd round pick. He is athletically gifted but he will have to show more...
Via Pro Football Zone
July 25, 2013  |  Discuss

The Buffalo BIlls struck gold with offensive tackle Cordy Glenn

I just finished watching the past three preseason games of the Buffalo Bills, and let me tell you Buffalo found a steal at pick 41 in the second round.  Glenn, the Riverdale, Georgia native has been extremely impressive in his first couple games in preseason. Glenn is tied for first all-time at UGA in career starts by an offensive lineman with 50 (tied with Clint Boling).  Buffalo...
Via NFL Draft Zone
August 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Cordy Glenn to start at LT for Bills

The Buffalo Bills have named 2nd-round pick Cordy Glenn their starting left tackle, beating out Chris Hairston, a move which comes as a mild surprise. This will be Glenn’s second year at the position after he transitioned from guard to tackle as a senior at Georgia. While he held his own at Georgia, many scouts believed his feet were too slow to handle left tackle in the pros....
Via DraftAce
August 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Glenn wins Bills' LT job; Young closes in on No. 2 QB

Rookie Cordy Glenn has won the Bills' starting left tackle job. The second-round pick has received the bulks of the snaps over Erik Pears with Chris Hairston moved to right tackle. Glenn played guard and tackle at Georgia, starting 50 games of the 53 in which he played. Some scouts viewed him as a better prospect inside, but Buffalo drafted him with the intention of playing...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Cordy Glenn’s versatility a major plus for Bills

The Buffalo Bills offensive line suffered a number of injuries last year and was one of the reasons for Ryan Fitzpatrick's decline towards the end of the season. Rookie Cordy Glenn comes to Buffalo playing every position on the offensive line except center at Georgia. That versatility is exactly what entices the Bills.
Via The Penalty Flag
June 13, 2012  |  Discuss

Second-round OL Glenn signs with Bills

Cordy Glenn signed with the Bills, giving the team eight of its nine 2012 draft picks under contract. Glenn played guard and tackle at Georgia, starting 50 games of the 53 in which he played. The Bills are planning to try him at tackle, where they haven't been able to replace Jason Peters since trading him to Philadelphia in 2010. At 6-6, 345 pounds, scouts are stunned by...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Cordy Glenn to play left tackle for Bills

The Buffalo Bills are planning to let 2nd-round pick Cordy Glenn compete for the starting job at left tackle, and began using him there this weekend at rookie camp. It’s an odd decision considering Glenn’s size (6’6″, 343 lbs) and his lack of athleticism. Most draft analysts, myself included, assumed Glenn would be shifted inside to guard or to right tackle. Bills new left...
Via DraftAce
May 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Bills believe Cordy Glenn is similar to Marcus McNeil

The Buffalo Bills are thrilled that they landed former Georgia tackle Cordy Glenn in the second round of this past weekends NFL draft. And he’s excited that he’ll get to pay left tackle in Buffalo. “One, I am happy I get to play left tackle, two Buffalo is one of my favorite teams,” said Glenn. “I am just happy that I get to play football and I know where I am playing...
Via Pro Football Zone
April 30, 2012  |  Discuss
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