Bills get starting left tackle Cordy Glenn back

AP

Bills starting left tackle Cordy Glenn is ready to get back to work.

The Bills announced today that Glenn, who opened camp on the non-football illness list, has passed his physical. Neither Glenn nor the Bills have said what type of medical issue caused him to miss the start of camp.

With Glenn out, rookie seventh-round pick Seantrel Henderson has been working at left tackle with the first-string offense. But Glenn should be ready to step back into his starting spot, beginning with this evening’s practice.

The 24-year-old Glenn started all 16 games last year. Having him back in the fold should provide some stability to Buffalo’s offensive line.