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.


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.


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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