OT Cordy Glenn Traded to Bengals; Bills Swap 1st-Round Draft Picks

Report Bills send Glenn to Cincy

OT Cordy Glenn Traded to Bengals; Bills Swap 1st-Round Draft Picks

The Cedric Ogbuehi experiment in Cincinnati appears to be over, as the Cincinnati Bengals trade for offensive tackle Cordy Gleen from the Buffalo Bills, according to ESPN's Josina Anderson.

The Bills owned two first-round picks prior to the trade, the 21st and 22nd overall selections, which many draft analysts assumed they'd deal in an effort to move up for a quarterback. The Bengals also get the Bills' fifth-round pick (No. 158) and the Bills get the Bengals' sixth-round pick (187th).

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Glenn, 28, has three more years left on his contract and is owed $11.25 million in 2018, though his 2019 and 2020 salaries are non-guaranteed.

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

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After trading away Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns last Friday, general manager Brandon Beane made yet another trade that puts the Bills in great position for the draft.

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. And the deal takes a big number off the books, and likely adds to their significant pile of draft picks. The upside for the Bengals is that if Glenn doesn't get healthy or doesn't work out in Cincinnati, they can release him after the 2018 season without taking a cap hit. The Bills had been looking to unload Glenn and the Bengals were in desperate need of an upgrade at the offensive tackle position. He signed a six-year contract extension with the team in 2016, but injuries limited him to just six appearances last season. He missed five games and played a career-low 657 snaps in 2016.

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