He’s in a contract year. Bills starting left tackle Cordy Glenn is playing out the final year of his rookie contract here in 2015. Naturally he’ll be looking for a big money second contract this offseason. When asked about it by the media on Thursday however, Glenn said it’s not the time to be talking about personal priorities.
“Right now, I’m just trying to get better and whatever happens at the end of the season, happens,” said Glenn. “Of course I would love to be here. Right now, I’m just focusing game by game, week by week, and everything will take care of itself after the season. The most important thing is doing my job so that’s what I’m focusing on.”
Glenn was Buffalo’s second-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft. He’s made 54 career starts for the Bills. The left tackle has started 50 consecutive games heading into Monday night.
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