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Cordy Glenn injury: Buffalo Bills offensive tackle leaves Week 1

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The Bills lost their big-money left tackle in the second quarter.

The Buffalo Bills lost starting left tackle Cordy Glenn in the first half against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. Glenn dealt with an ankle injury during this preseason, and early reports suggest it’s an ankle injury that sidelined him for the second half against Baltimore.

Glenn was replaced by former second round pick Cyrus Kouandjio. The Bills are already without suspended swing tackle Seantrel Henderson, who may or may not have been healthy enough to play in the game even if he was available. Glenn hasn’t missed a game since his rookie year.

The Bills’ franchise left tackle, Glenn signed a five-year, $60 million deal this offseason to solidify the left side of the offensive line. Buffalo was also able to re-sign Richie Incognito at left guard.

We’ll update after the game when we hear more. Buffalo has a short week as they host the New York Jets on Thursday, putting his status in jeopardy for Week 2.