Bills to trade LT Cordy Glenn to Bengals

Bills to trade LT Cordy Glenn to Bengals

Per NFL Network's Peter Schrager, the Bills and Bengals are swapping their first-round picks while exchanging fifth and sixth-round picks this year.

That potential trade became even more interesting on Monday as the NFL's legal tampering period opened. He was limited to six games previous year because of an injury to his left foot that eventually required surgery. Football Outsiders ranked Cincinnati's offensive line 24th in adjusted line yards and 20th in adjusted sack rate. If Glenn is healthy, he could be the anchor at left tackle the Bengals need.

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.

The Bills have been at the center of high-profile trades for the past several months now going back to last season when they dealt Sammy Watkins. In fact, if the team wanted to dump him this season they would only owe him $1,500,000.

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The move shakes up not just NFL free agency, but the entire outlook of the 2018 NFL Draft. Cincinnati still has 11 picks in the upcoming draft and could combine some of those picks to either move up in the draft for a player they like or as trade value for another veteran lineman who can be an immediate impact. Buffalo moved up to the No. 12 spot in the draft by trading the first of its two opening-round selections, 21st overall. A team that looked like was tanking before the 2017 season by holding a fire sale ending up actually making the playoffs now has plenty to work with for 2018.

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

The 28-year-old Glenn, at 6 feet 6 inches and 345 pounds, has carved out a nice career for himself in the National Football League since finishing his time at Georgia.