Draft Scout Snapshot: The Bills needed help at cornerback, left offensive tackle and wide receiver. Their first three picks? A cornerback, a tackle, a wide receiver and all have the potential to make an impact as rookies. The Bills, coming off a 6-10 season and entering their third year of rebuilding under the eyes of general manager Buddy Nix and coach Chan Gailey, are still a land of opportunity for draft picks. First-rounder Stephon Gilmore, labeled the most complete cornerback in the draft, could grab a starting spot from Drayton Florence or Terrence McGee and the door is wide open at left tackle for second-rounder Cordy Glenn. Wide receiver T.J. Graham fills a need for deep speed in the mix of prospects opposite Stevie Johnson, but will need time. BEST PICK: Offensive tackle Cordy Glenn: With the loss of Demetress Bell to the Eagles and with only second-year pro Chris Hairston on board, the large, nimble Glenn should start as a rookie. With any luck, he'll anchor the critical left side job for a decade. - The Sports Xchange
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Draft Scout Cordy Glenn News
12/17/12 - OT Cordy Glenn had a rough game as he couldn't handle Seahawks DE Chris Clemons and was flagged for three false-start penalties.
11/18/12 - LT Cordy Glenn has struggled a bit in his return from a high ankle sprain, but the extra time off after the Thursday game should help.
11/08/12 - LT Cordy Glenn, who returned to the starting lineup after missing three games with a high ankle sprain, came out of the Houston game in good shape. Buffalo's depth at tackle is being tested due to injuries and it was critical Glenn returned at this juncture.
11/01/12 - LT Cordy Glenn, who has missed three games with a high ankle sprain, practiced again fully and will play Sunday at Houston. His return is much needed for Buffalo's offense facing Houston's No. 3 ranked defense.
10/31/12 - LT Cordy Glenn, who has missed three games with a bad ankle injury, is expected to return to the lineup Sunday at Houston. He was limited in practice, but barring a setback, should be in the lineup, which would be a welcome development with the Bills facing one of the NFL's top defenses.