clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

2016 NFL free agents: Cordy Glenn, Richie Incognito rank high on PFF's Top 75 list

New, comments

As 2016 NFL free agency creeps ever closer, Bills offensive linemen Cordy Glenn and Richie Incognito continue to receive positive press, potentially boosting their value on the open market.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

No matter how much significance you give to the subjective player grades generated by the folks at Pro Football Focus, it's nevertheless interesting when a publication that puts that much work into its craft creates a league-wide list of the best pending NFL free agents.

The Buffalo Bills have two players rated highly on PFF's list of the Top 75 free agents in 2016: left tackle Cordy Glenn comes in at No. 10 on the list, while left guard Richie Incognito isn't far behind at No. 16 overall.

Regarding Glenn, PFF notes that the 26-year-old was their tenth-best graded offensive tackle in the NFL in 2015, giving him credit for continually improving as a pass blocker throughout his career. Incognito, meanwhile, was the site's top-ranked left guard, earning that spot chiefly due to his prowess as a run blocker.

A third notable Bills free agent, linebacker Nigel Bradham, did not make the list, despite being one of PFF's higher-rated linebackers in the 2014 season.

It was over two months ago now that Bills general manager Doug Whaley admitted that re-signing Glenn and Incognito is the team's top priority heading into the offseason. It's exceedingly unlikely that anything has changed on that front.