Bills LT Cordy Glenn is not about to get ahead of himself now. Almost three weeks removed from re-injuring the same ankle he hurt in training camp, Glenn is just trying to take each day as it comes as he tries to make a return to the lineup.
Glenn, who confirmed it is the same high ankle sprain that forced him to miss the entire preseason schedule, doesn’t believe he’s ahead of schedule because he hasn’t put a timetable on his injury.
“I think we’re just being smart about it,” he said. “That’s the path we’re on right there. Just taking it day by day. That’s all I can do.”
Glenn has practiced on a limited basis each of the last two days and head coach Rex Ryan said he was encouraged by the back-to-back days of work for the left tackle.
Tyrod Taylor’s blind side protector was asked if it was up to him would he play on Sunday.
“If it was up to me could I play Sunday? Yes, I would love to be out there,” Glenn said. “I’m just taking it day by day. Not trying to get too high or too low.”
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