The Buffalo Bills made headlines over the weekend with the trade of quarterback Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns. It looks like the team isn’t done as it is being reported that left tackle Cordy Glenn could be on the move as well.
According to Si.com’s Albert Breer, via Profootballtalk, the team is open to trading Glenn.
That shouldn’t be a surprise as after three straight years of playing all 48 games, Glenn has only played only 17 of the last 32. Last season Glenn played in six of 16 games, which opened the door for tackle Dion Dawkins. Dawkins was a second round pick for the Bills in the 2017 NFL Draft and was a solid replacement.
The Bills would save a lot of money on the salary cap if they are able to move Glenn. Glenn’s cap hit is $9 million and is the second highest among left tackles, which would bring
According to the Sporting News, the Bills have $24 million in cap space left. So, trading Glen would bring the available space up to $33 million and allow Bills General Manager Brandon Beane to start shaping the roster the way he thinks it should be.