Bengals acquire Cordy Glenn in pick swap with Bills

Report: Bengals bolster O-line in trade with Bills, move back in draft

Former Georgia offensive lineman Cordy Glenn has reportedly been traded by the Buffalo Bills to the Cincinnati Bengals, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.

Using a conventional draft trade value chart, the Bills could package the Bengals' first-round pick and the No. 22 selection (acquired a year ago from Kansas City) to move as high as No. 4.

This is one of those trades where both sides are definitely going to come away happy.

Meanwhile, the Bills are set at left tackle. 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. Dalton was sacked a total of 39 times previous year, which was tied for the sixth-highest total of any quarterback in the NFL.

Glenn played just five games a year ago because of foot and ankle problems, so the Bills know how to play without him. However, Glenn did undergo an operation in January and he's expected to be ready for practice when offseason workouts begin in April. He played 11 games in 2016 and only six previous year. Although he's been battling injuries since 2016, Glenn was a workhorse before that.

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However, with the New York Jets and Denver Broncos also possibly needing to trade up to grab a quarterback, the Colts may be in a prime position for a bidding war that now includes the Bills.

In return, the Bills get to jump up nine spots in the first round.

Glenn had signed his five-year, $60 million prior to the 2016 season, but the cap space was too much for the Bills to carry.

They recently traded away quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns, so they will most certainly take a quarterback in the first round.