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Bills T Cordy Glenn still recovering from injury

By Elliott Rooney
May 18, 2017
Buffalo Bills

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Buffalo Bills tackle Cordy Glenn (77) and Richie Incognito (64) against Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Randy Starks (94) in an NFL preseason football game, Thursday, Aug. 20, 2015, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)
  • As reported by the official Buffalo Bills website, T Cordy Glenn is still rehabbing the ankle injury that he suffered last season and is questionable for the teams OTAs, but should be ready for Week 1.
  • Glenn missed five games in the 2016 season and was limited to 657 snaps, his lowest snap count since entering the league.
  • In 2016, Glenn ranked as the 22nd-best OT with an overall PFF grade of 82.8 and was one of the better pass-blocking tackles last season, ranking 12th with a grade of 86.4, but struggled in the run game, ranking 47th with a grade of 69.6, the lowest grade of his career.
  • Seen as one of the premier pass-blocking tackles in the league, Glenn has ranked inside the top 20 every season but one in terms of pass-blocking grade with grades of 84.0 (2013), 83.2 (2014), 87.6 (2015) and 86.4 (2016). The only exception came in his rookie season.
  • Last season, Glenn only surrendered 17 total pressures, which ranked third among OTs, and had a pass-blocking efficiency of 96.4, which ranked eighth.

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