Bengals upgrade O-line after dismal 2017 with trade for Bills' Cordy Glenn

From ESPN - March 12, 2018

The Cincinnati Bengals were never going to find a bargain tackle on the market, and there does not seem to be a particularly standout player who would be available when they select 12th overall in the upcoming NFL draft. That made Monday's trade for left tackle Cordy Glenn a solid move.

To acquire Glenn, the Bengals swapped first-round picks with the Bills and sent their sixth-rounder in exchange for Buffalo's fifth-round pick.

It means the Bengals are committed to moving on from 2015 first-round pick Cedric Ogbuehi, who has been a disappointment. It also means the Bengals, who rarely make big splashes in free agency, are sticking to their word to change how they do some things in the offseason.


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