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Cordy Glenn expected to be ready for Buffalo Bills regular season

We still don't know what ails Cordy Glenn or when, exactly, he'll be back on the practice field for the Bills, but a team source tells The Buffalo News that, at minimum, he's expected to be ready for the regular season.

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If the source talking to Tim Graham about the status of Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn is accurate in his assessment, then the Bills' best offensive lineman will be in the starting lineup when the team takes on the Chicago Bears in Week 1 - and perhaps even for some preseason action before that.

Graham's report in The Buffalo News doesn't offer anything in the way of hard information beyond that assessment about Glenn's availability for meaningful football. We still don't know what illness has sidelined Glenn for most of this summer, including the first week of training camp, and we still don't have an exact timeline for his return to the practice field. But if a team source isn't worried about Glenn perhaps missing meaningful time later this summer, that's something, right? It's at least better than having no idea whatsoever what the team is thinking regarding Glenn.

Glenn has been spotted at St. John Fisher over the past week working with trainers - sometimes strenuously - as he continues to work back from whatever has him sidelined. Meanwhile, rookie seventh-round pick Seantrel Henderson has filled in as the first-team left tackle.