Web Rumblings: Buffalo Bills News, 5/19

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Offensive lineman Cordy Glenn of Georgia participates in a drill during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

OT Glenn signs with Bills - BuffaloBills.com
"There are a lot of things that have to go into it as far as from a business standpoint that you have to deal with," Glenn told Buffalobills.com moments after signing. "Now it's behind me and I can really just focus on working and getting better in football. I'm at the facility working out and getting to know some of my teammates. It's time to start focusing on the season."

Future looks bright at corner - BuffaloBills.com
"Catavolos will be entrusted with bringing a quartet of very young, but talented cornerbacks up to speed very quickly as they are likely to step into some very prominent roles. Aaron Williams is already lining up at the starting left cornerback position in preparation for OTAs in a week and a half and top draft choice Stephon Gilmore played the entire weekend of rookie minicamp at right cornerback."

Bills Focus: Cordy Glenn Signs - BuffaloBills.com
"Chris Brown talks with second round pick Cordy Glenn about the relief of getting the deal done, and looking forward to OTA's."

Inside The Bills | Fan Friday 5-18
Chris Brown answers questions on Mario Williams' health, the outlook for Michael Jasper, who will start at cornerback, the impact of Brad Smith, and whether the Bills would look at Marcus McNeill.

Inside The Bills | Buffalo Bills idol
Aaron Williams shares his thoughts on Vince Young. Hook 'em, 'horns.

Bills sign second-round pick Glenn - The Buffalo News
"His rookie deal, as they all do, covers four years. Terms have not been released, but last year's 41st pick, defensive tackle Jarvis Jenkins of the Washington Redskins, signed a contract worth nearly $4.8 million. Glenn's contract should fall in line with that."

WGR 550 - Bills Ink OT Glenn To Rookie Deal
"The former Bulldog started a total of 50 games throughout his college career, with all the starts in his senior season being played on the blind side. Glenn is 6-foot-5, 345-pounds and was a first-team All-SEC selection in 2011."

Pressure point: Bills - AFC East Blog - ESPN
"This is a no-excuses year for Gailey. It's time to finally show what he can do in Buffalo with a bevy of talent at his disposal."

Brad Smith: Faith and Football in Buffalo - CBN TV
"Football player Brad Smith shares his faith journey on the back drop of an impressive NFL career. "

Buffalo Bills Fan Guide to Survive Until Training Camp - Buffalowdown
"So, I’ve crafted a fun and hopefully valuable guide that help you stay sane during this absolutely agonizing stretch."

Moorman may have his hands full in Buffalo | ProFootballTalk
"Even if the Bills decide to go with Powell, Moorman won’t be out of work for long. The interchangeable nature of the kicking business means that, if only one team views him as an upgrade over the current punter, he’ll get another chance."

Is Cordy Glenn key to Bills season? - NFL.com
"As important as the Mario Williams signing was for Buffalo, Glenn's ability to improve the team's protection is just as vital."

Scott Pitoniak: Random thoughts on Bill Polian, Buddy Nix, Art Monk & Albert Pujols
"Polian, of course, will be back in Buffalo this fall for his induction onto the Ralph Wilson Stadium Wall of Fame. His selection was a no-brainer and the timing was right because he currently isn’t employed by any NFL team. It still bothers me, though, that neither Cookie Gilchrist nor Lou Saban aren’t on the wall. Gilchrist, the team’s first superstar, and Saban, who coached the Bills to back-to-back AFL crowns and resurrected O.J. Simpson’s football career, are glaring omissions, and should have been enshrined long ago."

#24: What if the Bills didn't lose against Tampa Bay in 1988? | Buffalo Wins
"If the Bills get their brains beat in during SBXXIII, maybe they are better prepared going into SBXXV. Maybe they aren't so captivated by the hype of SB week like they were doing their first go around. A lot of maybes, right? Also, a lot of frustrated looking fans."

The art of BSing a press conference | Buffalo Wins
Joe Pinzone gives his guide to current and future Buffalo Bills on how to handle a press conference.

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