The team’s first official depth chart is out and the order at the battleground position of left tackle isn’t surprising.
Second-year lineman Chris Hairston is listed as the starter at left tackle with second-round pick Cordy Glenn as the backup. Typically going into the first preseason game the nod is given to the more experienced player. To his credit though Hairston has been a bit more consistent in the practice setting than Glenn.
The coaches started having Hairston work at both left and right tackle in Friday’s practice. Hairston doesn’t seem to care as long as he’s on the field.
“I’ve got to bring something to this team and whatever I can do that’s what I want to do,” Hairston told Buffalobills.com. “Whatever coach asks of me that’s what I’ve got to get done.”
Hairston made seven starts at left tackle last season and appeared in 13 games.
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