Rookie second-round pick Cordy Glenn has been named the starting left tackle for the Buffalo Bills.
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The Buffalo Bills insisted that there would be a competition for the starting left tackle job, but rookie Cordy Glenn is running away with the job after Chris Hairston didn't really get a fair shake at it.
The Buffalo Bills opened training camp with Chris Hairston as the first-team left tackle, but rookie second-round pick Cordy Glenn will soon get first-team reps as the two battle for a starting job.
Rookie second-round pick Cordy Glenn is expected to open the season as the Buffalo Bills' starting left tackle. If he falters, second-year pro Chris Hairston could swoop in for the save.
While head coach Chan Gailey braces for competition, Buffalo Bills GM Buddy Nix clearly sees rookie Cordy Glenn as the favorite to start at left tackle over second-year incumbent Chris Hairston.
When the Buffalo Bills open 2012 training camp next month, Cordy Glenn and Chris Hairston will be competing for the starting left tackle job, per head coach Chan Gailey.
The Buffalo Bills have selected Georgia OT Cordy Glenn with the No. 41 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.