Glenn (knee) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Glenn was a full participant in Friday's practice, and appears unhindered by his knee injury. The starting left tackle is expected to suit up against Atlanta on Sunday.
Glenn injured his shoulder in Sunday's preseason contest against the Bills and will not return, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.
Glenn was acquired by the Bengals this offseason in an effort to shore up their offensive line. The veteran played through a foot injury for almost the entirety of last season, so there will be hope that this new shoulder ailment is not something that will linger into the regular season. If Glenn is forced to miss time, expect Jake Fisher to assume a starting role at offensive tackle.
While once viewed as one of the league's elite left tackles, Glenn has seen his reputation slip a bit after missing 15 games the past two seasons. He's still only 28 years old and profiles as a massive upgrade for a Cincinnati team that was plagued by atrocious line play last season. Bills head coach Sean McDermott said in February that Glenn should be ready for offseason workouts in April, coming off foot/ankle surgery in December. The trade is excellent news for Andy Dalton, A.J. Green and Joe Mixon, while the Bills appear to be in good hands with Dion Dawkins at left tackle.
Glenn underwent January surgery to repair injuries to his foot and ankle. Fortunately, it doesn't sound like it'll cost him any portion of the Bills' preparations for the 2018 season.
Glenn, who was placed on injured reserve inn December due to continued foot and ankle trouble, recently had a procedure performed by specialist Dr. Robert Anderson, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Coach Sean McDermott was upbeat about the procedure and says Glenn is on schedule to fully participate during the start of the offseason conditioning program in April. There's been some thought the team might move on from Glenn and his hefty contract given the solid substitute left tackle play of rookie Dion Dawkins, though the flip side of the coin is that the Bills would have quite the impressive offensive line heading into 2018 if Glenn is indeed healthy and they found a way to use both Glenn and Dawkins.
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