The teams also swapped middle round picks, with the Bengals taking Buffalo's fifth-round pick and the Bills dropping back to the Bengals pick in the sixth round. Beane has made six trades in the a year ago and is reshaping the entire franchise while also racking up draft picks.
The team still has nine draft picks in their arsenal, something that gives them the capital to pounce on a top-five pick when offered.
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Now, any drop for a team like the Giants at pick two or the Colts at pick three would not be so precipitous. Many thought the Bengals may use their 12th overall pick on a tackle, or an offensive lineman of some sort at the very least.
The Bills will save $4.85 million of Glenn's $14.4 million cap hit for the 2018 season as long as the deal is completed before his $2 million roster bonus comes into effect on Sunday. He started all 61 of the games he appeared in for the Bills over the course of his first four seasons in the league.
Prior to the arrival of Bills GM Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott, Glenn signed a five-year, $60 million extension in 2016.
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Glenn has been Buffalo's starter at left tackle since he was drafted in the second round in 2012 but was limited to just six games (five starts) in 2017 due to a foot issue. The rookie certainly showed enough promise to make Glenn expendable, especially considering his contract and injury history.
With a new need opening up for the Bills at the quarterback position, they are extremely inclined to look for a way to move up in the draft and take a potential franchise quarterback.
Now, all they have to do is be right about the quarterback.
Day care owner drugged kids so she could go tanning
KTVZ reported that 32-year-old January Irene Neatherlin was sentenced Friday in an OR courtroom full of tearful parents. Police said she drove her kids to school on the first trip and on the second went to a local tanning salon.