Following the wave of early rookie signings that we'll enjoy under the new collective bargaining agreement, today the Buffalo Bills signed second-round pick offensive lineman Cordy Glenn to a contract. The team's belief in Glenn's ability to play left tackle, a position he only took up in his senior season at Georgia, could make him one of the best values of the draft. Left tackle, along with quarterback, edge pass rusher, and man-to-man corner is a position that makes the passing game go in a league that continues to become more pass-centric.
The Bills are getting close to putting the final touches on signing their draft class. One day after signing first-round pick Stephon Gilmore, the Bills announced that they have agreed to a contract with offensive lineman Cordy Glen... Read Post
Buffalo Bills sign Cordy Glenn, only one rookie left -NFL News The Buffalo Bills are almost done with the signing of their rookie players, who have been picked up in this year’s draft, held from April 26 to 28, 2012. As of the lates... Read Post
The Buffalo Bills have announced Cordy Glenn, the Bills' second round pick of the 2012 NFL draft, will be the team's starting left tackle. Cordy Glenn's main competition, Chris Hairston, had to practice at right tackle for much of t... Read Post