CORDY GLENN RUMORS & GOSSIP
LT Cordy Glenn has been cleared for team drills. (Joe Buscaglia)
CB Buster Skrine underwent thumb surgery, but is on track to play Week 1. (Adam Caplan)
DE Darnell Dockett was carted off the practice field Monday with a right knee injury. (Craig Morton)
Former first-round pick G Jonathan Cooper appears to be having trouble trusting his healed leg...
The Buffalo Bills starting left tackle Cordy Glenn passed his physical on Saturday, which generally means he will take the field during training camp and preseason games. Yet according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, it could be a "long time" before Glenn plays. Glenn, who has been sidelined since June minicamp with an undisclosed condition.Glenn was a question mark...
Well, we are a week closer to the opener in Chicago. We are a week closer to the first cut-down and the starting line-ups are starting to emerge. Did we learn anything from the Bills’ win down in Carolina? While there are still infinitely more questions than answers as we start the third week of training camp, I do think a few things are starting to become clearer:
Bills starting left tackle Cordy Glenn is ready to get back to work.
The Bills announced today that Glenn, who opened camp on the non-football illness list, has passed his physical. Neither Glenn nor the Bills have said what type of medical issue caused him to miss the start of camp.
PITTSFORD, N.Y. (AP) Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn, who has been sidelined since the start of training camp with an undisclosed illness, has passed a physical.
The team made the announcement in a release Saturday, the day after Buffalo beat the Carolina Panthers in 20-18 in the team's second preseason game.
Glenn was on the active/non-football illness list and limited...
Via AP on Fox
August 09, 2014
Bills general manager Doug Whaley told reporters that he doesn’t believe Cordy Glenn’s season is in jeopardy as he battles an undisclosed illness.
“We don’t think so at this time. It’s just gonna have to see on how he progresses. We hope not,” Whaley said. “We’re still waiting on some reports on him, but it looks like it’s gonna be one of those day-to-day things...
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.
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....
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...
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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...