Bills to trade LT Cordy Glenn to Bengals

Bills to trade LT Cordy Glenn to Bengals

The Bills also send their fifth-round pick to Cincinnati, and the Bengals send their sixth-round selection to Buffalo.

With a new need opening up for the Bills at the quarterback position, they are extremely inclined to look for a way to move up in the draft and take a potential franchise quarterback. That's why they were willing to trade Tyrod Taylor for a third round pick and it's way trading Glenn to move up to 12 was appealing. The Bengals 6th round pick is #187 overall, which will head to Buffalo.

Buffalo also will drop 29 spots on day three of the draft. 21 and 22) were worth only enough to move to No. 7 under a conventional draft trade value chart. And this is before free agency has even gotten underway.

Many fans likely want the Colts to take NC State edge rusher Bradley Chubb with the No. 3 overall pick and if he is available, that's likely the route they will go.

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Without Glenn, the Bills are expected to start 2017 second-round pick Dion Dawkins at left tackle.

According to ESPN, the Bills will "save $4.85 million of Glenn's $14.45 million cap number in 2018, as long as the trade is executed before Glenn is due a $2 million roster bonus March 18". There was a lot of praise and hype surrounding Ogbuehi coming out of Texas A&M, as he was set to become Andrew Whitworth's replacement when he left the Bengals before last season.

Last summer, Glenn missed a significant portion of training camp and the preseason because of a lingering foot and ankle injury. After missing 15 games in the past two seasons due to injury, the Bills chose to part ways with his contract. He was eventually placed on injured reserve in December. He started all 61 of the games he appeared in for the Bills over the course of his first four seasons in the league.

Glenn signed a five-year, $60 million contract in 2016. He missed five games and played a career-low 657 snaps in 2016.