Bills sign rookie 2nd-round pick, OT Cordy Glenn

The Buffalo Bills continue locking up their rookie draft class

after signing offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, their second-round

pick.

Drafted 41st overall out of Georgia, Glenn is being given the

opportunity to compete for the starting job at left tackle after

Buffalo lost Demetress Bell in free agency this offseason.

Glenn is listed at 6-foot-6 and 345 pounds, and had 50 starts in

53 career games with the Bulldogs. He’s one of three offensive

linemen the Bills selected in last month’s draft.

The move was announced Friday, and comes a day after the Bills

signed first-round pick, cornerback Stephon Gilmore.

Buffalo has now signed eight of its nine draft picks. That

leaves receiver T.J. Graham, a third-round selection, as the only

prospect unsigned.