Bengals are trading for Cordy Glenn

Arnold Nichols
March 13, 2018

Buffalo also traded its fifth-round pick (158th overall) for the Bengals' sixth-round selection (187th) as part of the Bill's second major trade in three days. The teams will also swap 5th and 6th round picks. Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer churned out Pro-Bowl seasons for the Bills, while Vlad Ducasse provided depth along the offensive line. The second-round pick played well in place of Glenn, cementing himself as Buffalo's left tackle of the present and future. Cincinnati is sending the #12 overall pick to Bills. A big hit that they will take is his contract, but it will be worth it if Glenn can keep defenders off of Dalton. In fact, if the team wanted to dump him this season they would only owe him $1,500,000. Ogbuehi has proven that he is not National Football League material at the left tackle position and one of the multiple pieces needing to be replaced along the offensive line if the Bengals offense is to improve in 2018. 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. The Bengals send the Bills the 12th overall pick. 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 Buffalo Bills got off to a quick start to free agency by agreeing to terms with veteran corner Vontae Davis and running back Chris Ivory. Perhaps they can pair their newly-acquired first- and third-round picks to trade up higher into the draft.

Trade agreements can not be made official until Wednesday.

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

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