With rookie second-round pick Cordy Glenn being named the team’s starting left tackle earlier this week, the veterans on Buffalo’s offensive line are working to get the blind side protector up to speed sooner rather than later.
“I give him little pointers all the time and try to help him out,” said Wood. “He has a lot of talent and he has a lot on his shoulders right now. He is doing a great job. Probably the best thing about him is he is a really even-keeled kid. I kind of ride with my emotions at times. I always mess with him and tell him I wish I had his demeanor at times. I am sure he wishes he had mine at times.”
However, that even-keeled nature of Glenn’s has Wood convinced that the Georgia product will be a solid performer for them as a rookie.
“He is going to have a consistent year for us because he can kind of control his emotions and he does not ride with the ups and downs of the game—like a good quarterback,” said Wood. “He is a consistent player for us over there.”
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