Bills Trade LT Cordy Glenn To The Bengals

Bills Trade LT Cordy Glenn To The Bengals

According to Peter Schrager of NFL Network, the teams will swap first-round picks, Bills moving to 11th overall and Bengals moving to 21st overall.

The Cincinnati Bengals have acquired top offensive tackle Cordy Glenn in a trade with the Buffalo Bills, reports Fox Sports.

Quarterbacks Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield are jockeying for top-10 status in Round 1, and the Bills have suddenly become a legitimate suitor as draft season kicks into high gear.

The Bills used Dion Dawkins in Glenn's spot at left tackle the final ten games of the season. The Bills will also acquire the Bengals sixth-round pick and the Bengals receive a fifth.

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Another day, more trades in the NFL. He played just five games last season because of foot and ankle issues and ended up needing surgery. The Bills now own the 12th and 22nd pick in the first round this year.

The Bills are sending the #21 overall pick and Glenn to the Bengals. Right tackle Jake Fisher, the team's 2015 second-round pick, ended his 2017 season early due to a heart condition but will be ready to play next season.

The person spoke to The AP on the condition of anonymity on Monday because teams are not allowed to announce trades until the NFL's new business year opens Wednesday. Buffalo also traded their starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor on Friday to the Cleveland Browns. What the Bengals hoped would be a replacement for tackle Andrew Whitworth who was let walk in free agency turnout out to be a bust. Perhaps they'll stay put and utilize this selection on a quarterback.

By trading Glenn before the start of the league year, the Bills are saving money on the salary cap.

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