Bills GM Doug Whaley acknowledged he's "actively" trying to get a long-term deal done with franchise player LT Cordy Glenn.
Bills signed franchise player LT Cordy Glenn to a one-year, $13.706 million contract.
Bills assigned the non-exclusive franchise tag to LT Cordy Glenn.
The Bills are expected to franchise free agent LT Cordy Glenn if a deal isn't reached before the March 1 deadline.
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports it would be "tough cap-wise" for the Bills to use the franchise tag on impending free agent LT Cordy Glenn.
A source told the Buffalo News that impending free agent LT Cordy Glenn's "floor" could be $10 million annually on a new contract.
Bills GM Doug Whaley said re-signing impending free agent LT Cordy Glenn is "imperative."
At his season-ending press conference, GM Doug Whaley called re-signing free agents LT Cordy Glenn and LG Richie Incognito "major points of emphasis."
Cordy Glenn and Seantrel Henderson alternated between right and left tackle during the Bills' offseason program.
Bills.com’s Chris Brown considers LT Cordy Glenn a candidate for extension.
Bills LT Cordy Glenn was singled out as the player who was most impressive at voluntary workouts this past week.
Bills LT Cordy Glenn (illness) has been cleared for team drills.
Bills LT Cordy Glenn (illness) took part in one-on-one drills during this week's practices.
Bills LT Cordy Glenn won't practice in team drills for "a long time."