Buffalo Bills sign Cordy Glenn to 5-year, $65M deal

Cordy Glenn re-signed with the Bills on Tuesday.

The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a long-term deal with left tackle Cordy Glenn. Glenn's new deal with pay him $65 million dollars over five seasons with $26.5 million guaranteed.

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Glenn was a second round pick of the Bills in the 2012 NFL draft. Since joining the Bills, Glenn has played and started in 61 games. He missed three games as a rookie, but hasn't missed any time over the last three seasons. The offensive tackle is coming off of one of the best seasons in his career. Glenn was strong as a run blocker in 2015, but his greatest strength was in pass blocking.

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Buffalo's offensive line was strongest along the left side of their line and now Glenn and Richie Incognito have both been locked up to long-term deals by the Bills.

After signing Glenn to a five-year deal, the Bills will now most likely shift their focus to cornerback Stephon Gilmore.


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