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Buffalo Bills working on multi-year contract for Cordy Glenn

It sounds as though Cordy Glenn isn't going to hit the free agent market.

The Buffalo Bills don't plan on letting left tackle Cordy Glenn hit the free agent market. According to Ty Dunne of The Buffalo News, Buffalo is working on a multi-year extension for Glenn. However, if a deal cannot be reached, the Bills plan to use the franchise tag on the left tackle.

Glenn is coming off of the best season of his professional career with the Bills. In 2015, Glenn was Buffalo's best pass blocking lineman and also fared well in run blocking. GM Doug Whaley has stressed the importance of re-signing Glenn and left guard Richie Incognito this offseason and it appears the team is focused on getting Glenn locked up. 

Glenn will turn 27 years old in 2016 so he's just entering the prime of his career. Franchise left tackles are hard to find so it's no surprise that the Bills have no intention of letting Glenn test the free agent market. 


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