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Cordy Glenn | Tackle

Team: Buffalo Bills
Age / DOB:  (24) / 9/18/1989
Ht / Wt:  6'6' / 345
College: Georgia
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Bills LT Cordy Glenn was responsible for only 1.5 sacks in 2013.
Glenn made major improvements in pass protection in his second season, grading out as the No. 11 left tackle by Pro Football Focus. He was also among the most durable players in the league, starting all 16 games and leading the NFL with 1,180 snaps. The Bills are expected to seek upgrades over LG Doug Legursky and RT Erik Pears this offseason, but have building blocks in Glenn and C Eric Wood for their offensive line. RG Kraig Urbik is signed for $2.28 million in 2014 and will return as a starter. Jan 18 - 7:20 PM

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Coach Doug Marrone praised LT Cordy Glenn, saying he's having a "pretty good year."

The last blurb we had on Glenn was one from August talking about how he was working at left guard. Glenn has held down the fort at left tackle, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 15 overall tackle through ten weeks. He's only given up one sack and has played the most snaps in the league at 748.
Fri, Nov 15, 2013 09:43:00 AM

Bills LT Cordy Glenn kicked inside and worked with the first-team offense at left guard in Wednesday's training camp practice.

Second-team LT Thomas Welch bumped up to the first team. Unimpressed with Colin Brown and Doug Legursky at left guard, the Bills are seeking a workable left-side combination. Glenn was viewed by many as a guard before the 2012 draft. Welch, a practice squad talent, isn't a realistic option to man left tackle.
Wed, Aug 7, 2013 02:32:00 PM

Bills LT Cordy Glenn (ankle) is expected to return to the starting lineup versus the Texans on Sunday.

Glenn has been sidelined for nearly a month. While the Bills regain their left tackle, RT Erik Pears was sent to see a specialist due to complications from his offseason hip procedure. Swing tackle Chris Hairston could end up blocking MVP candidate J.J. Watt on Sunday.
Fri, Nov 2, 2012 09:54:00 AM

The Bills are targeting Week 9 for LT Cordy Glenn and RG Kraig Urbik's returns from ankle injuries.

"To be honest with you, I think they’ll both be ready for Houston," coach Chan Gailey said Friday. Glenn and Urbik will both miss Sunday's game against the Titans, and Buffalo has a Week 8 bye. The Bills' passing game has fallen flat on its face without its two starting offensive linemen the past two weeks.
Fri, Oct 19, 2012 03:21:00 PM

Bills LT Cordy Glenn (ankle) missed practice again on Friday.

Glenn hasn't practiced at all this week, so his chances of playing on Sunday are slim-to-none. Chris Hairston would step into the starting lineup on Ryan Fitzpatrick's blind side. RG Kraig Urbik (ankle) and reserve interior lineman Chad Rinehart (calf) also haven't practiced this week. It's a matchup upgrade for the Arizona D/ST.
Fri, Oct 12, 2012 03:16:00 PM

Bills declared LT Cordy Glenn, RG Kraig Urbik, QB Tarvaris Jackson, RB Johnny White, S Delano Howell, LB Kirk Morrison and DL Spencer Johnson inactive for Week 5 at San Francisco.

Chris Hairston will replace Glenn on Fitzpatrick's blindside while Chad Rinehart fills in for Urbik. The Bills get rid of the ball quickly, but it's still a matchup upgrade for the 49ers D/ST. FS Jairus Byrd (hip) is active for Buffalo.
Sun, Oct 7, 2012 03:04:00 PM

Bills LT Cordy Glenn (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 5 against the 49ers.

Glenn left last week's game in the third quarter with the injury. Buffalo will plug Chris Hairston in at left tackle. The second-round rookie, Glenn, had been playing at a high level before going down. Hairston will see a lot of Justin and Aldon Smith.
Sat, Oct 6, 2012 04:21:00 PM

Bills LT Cordy Glenn exited Sunday's Week 4 game with an ankle injury in the third quarter.

He was taken to the locker room, ostensibly for X-rays. The Bills can plug Chris Hairston into the starting lineup as a youthful backup with experience, but Glenn had been playing at a high level. His status is uncertain.
Sun, Sep 30, 2012 03:32:00 PM

Second-round rookie Cordy Glenn has officially been named the Bills' starting left tackle.

Glenn started each of the Bills' first two preseason games, and was always the favorite over holdover Chris Hairston. Hairston started seven games in 2011, and will serve as Buffalo's swing tackle. Glenn boasts left-tackle size at 6-foot-6, 345 pounds, but just 18 of his 50 college starts came on the blindside. Hairston will step in if Glenn struggles early.
Mon, Aug 20, 2012 05:37:00 PM

Second-round rookie Cordy Glenn is ahead of Chris Hairston in the left tackle battle.

Glenn started the preseason opener against the Redskins and handled himself well. Hairston will slide in as the swing tackle, backing up both Glenn and RT Erik Pears. This offensive line was quietly one of the best pass-protecting units in the league last season and figures to get better with the addition of Glenn.
Thu, Aug 16, 2012 11:42:00 AM confirms second-round pick Cordy Glenn took "all" of the Bills' offseason reps at left tackle.

The Bills' official website expects Glenn to beat out Chris Hairston for blindside duties with a "strong" camp. "He’s got ability and he’s got a work ethic that will allow him to get there," coach Chan Gailey said. A mountainous 6-foot-6, 345 pounds, Glenn boasts prototypical left tackle size, but just 18 of his 50 college starts came on the blindside. We still like his chances of proving an upgrade on Hairston, who struggled down the stretch last year.
Sat, Jun 30, 2012 10:10:00 AM

Bills rookie Cordy Glenn will have to hold off Chris Hairston for the starting left tackle job in training camp.

Hairston saw action on Ryan Fitzpatrick's blindside in 11 games last year, faring poorly down the stretch. Glenn should be considered the favorite after taking nearly all of the snaps during spring practices while Hairston filled in for RT Erik Pears (hernia surgery).
Thu, Jun 21, 2012 03:46:00 PM

No. 41 overall pick Cordy Glenn has taken every first-team rep at left tackle during Bills OTAs.

Glenn started 50 games at Georgia, but only 18 at left tackle. "He's got a lot of learning to do," said coach Chan Gailey. "He's got physical talent and he's got ability. He's got a work ethic that will allow him to get there. He just needs as many reps as he can possibly get between now and the first game of the year."
Thu, Jun 7, 2012 10:40:00 AM

Bills signed No. 41 overall pick OT Cordy Glenn to a four-year contract.

Glenn was viewed by many as an NFL guard prior to the draft, but Bills GM Buddy Nix is "convinced" he will succeed at left tackle. Long and athletic, Glenn started 32 games at guard and 18 at left tackle for Georgia. With the loss of Demetress Bell, Glenn will have every opportunity to protect Ryan Fitzpatrick's blindside as a rookie.
Fri, May 18, 2012 11:54:00 AM

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