The Bengals released Glenn on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Cincinnati attempted to drum up trade interest for Glenn earlier this month, but the team has now opted to release him in order to save $9.5 million against the salary cap. After missing the first 11 games of the 2019 campaign due to a concussion, Glenn is now back to full health and will test his market as a free agent.
The Bengals are seeking trade partners for Glenn, and they will cut him if they can't find a deal, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
The Bengals would save $9.5 million against the salary cap by cutting Glenn, but they're first searching for some additional compensation in form of a trade. Glenn missed the first 11 games of 2019 with a concussion, and he was suspended for a game as well. However, he started five of the last six games, and he could add depth to an offensive front in 2020.
Coach Zac Taylor said Friday that Glenn will start at left tackle against the Steelers on Sunday, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
Glenn has cleared the league's concussion protocol and resumed participating in full-contact practices, putting him on track to make his 2019 debut against the Steelers on Sunday. Left tackle has been an area of weakness for Cincinnati's offense, so Glenn's presence could provide a much-needed boost against Pittsburgh's stout defense.
Glenn (concussion) took scout-team reps during Wednesday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Since he's taking contact, it looks like Glenn has cleared the league's concussion protocol after missing this past Sunday's loss to the Ravens. He has been suspended and been a healthy scratch this year, and participating on scout team means he may not start Week 11 against the Raiders. Either Andre Smith or Fred Anderson is likely to fill the void.
Glenn (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Ravens, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Glenn still has yet to retake the field since being suspended one game for disciplinary purposes, despite having cleared the concussion protocol Oct. 16. As long as Glenn is unable to go, expect Andre Smith to draw the start at left tackle.
Glenn (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Ravens, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Glenn cleared the concussion protocol Oct. 16, but he still hasn't seen the field after receiving a one-game disciplinary suspension. The 30-year-old's status with the team may still be on rocky ground given that he's listed as questionable despite practicing fully this week.
Glenn (concussion) participated fully in Wednesday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Glenn cleared the league's concussion protocol back on Oct. 16, but he has yet to take the field after being suspended one game for disciplinary purposes. It remains to be seen whether he'll be on the field this Sunday. If Glenn is inactive, expect Andre Smith to line up at left tackle in his place.
Glenn (coach's decision) won't suit up against the Rams on Sunday, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Glenn appears on the Bengals' injury report with a concussion and was listed as a limited participant in Thursday's session, per Jay Morrison of The Athletic. Even so, it's not believed that Glenn is dealing with any health concerns, as he cleared the protocol Oct. 16, only to receive a one-game suspension two days later. After sitting out the Week 7 loss to the Jaguars, Glenn was back at practice Wednesday as a full participant, but the Bengals apparently aren't ready to bring him back into the lineup Sunday. Andre Smith (ankle) will likely start at left tackle in Glenn's stead.
Glenn (suspension) will return to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Rams, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Glenn was initially suspended one game by the Bengals for internal issues, but it doesn't look like his long-term standing with the team will be affected. He's expected to start at left tackle for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Glenn was suspended for one game by the Bengals on Friday.
Glenn's suspension comes for internal disciplinary reasons, for which Glenn was held out of Thursday's practice. The 30-year-old's situation could cause his time in Cincinnati to come to an end, per Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic. With Andre Smith (knee) nursing an injury, the Bengals could be forced to slot John Jerry into the starting lineup at left tackle Week 7.
Glenn did not practice Thursday for internal disciplinary reasons, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports.
Glenn practiced in full Wednesday and cleared the concussion protocol. He's now dealing with non-injury related issues that could cause his time in Cincinnati to come to an end, per Dehner Jr. If the 30-year-old veteran indeed ultimately parts ways with the Bengals, he possesses the skills to land a role elsewhere in the league.
Glenn (concussion) cleared the concussion protocol and returned to practice Wednesday, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
Glenn has been sidelined since mid-August due to the concussion, but he's now primed to make his season debut Week 7. The 30-year-old started 13 games for the Bengals last season and is expected to slot into the starting role at left tackle.
Glenn (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's tilt against the Ravens, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Glenn hasn't yet made his season debut, and a timetable for his recovery remains undisclosed. The 30-year-old has yet to clear the league's concussion protocol.
Glenn (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports.
Glenn has yet to clear the concussion protocol and will miss his fifth straight game to begin the season. The 30-year-old worked as a limited participant last week but regressed to not practicing this week.
Glenn (concussion) has not been cleared yet to play and will miss Monday's matchup with the Steelers as a result, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Glenn's absence will mark his fourth straight to start the season while he waits to get cleared from the league's concussion protocol. He did log limited practices this week, so he appears to be nearing a return. Still, he will have to wait until Week 5 for a potential debut.
Glenn (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Glenn's limited session Thursday is his first practice participation in six weeks, according to Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site. The starting left tackle appears to be progressing in his recovery, but he'll need to fully clear the league's concussion protocol before retaking the field. Glenn's final step will be to receive medical clearance from an independent neurologist.
Glenn (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Bills.
If Andre Smith (groin) can shake his injury, he'll start at left tackle in Glenn's place. Otherwise, John Jerry is expected to bump out to tackle.
Glenn (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt with the 49ers.
Glenn wasn't able to practice in any capacity this week. In his absence, Andre Smith will likely get the starting nod at left tackle Sunday.
Glenn (concussion) remains in the concussion protocol to begin this week, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said that Glenn is day-to-day now and could be cleared any day. The Bengals missed him in Seattle, though the passing game was really effective.
Glenn (concussion) will not play in Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports.
Glenn has been nursing a concussion for nearly three weeks, and it looks like the lineman is still dealing with some symptoms. He should be viewed as week-to-week while he works through the injury.