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Bengals to release LT Cordy Glenn if a trade cannot be made

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Unable to find a trade partner, the Cincinnati Bengals released offensive tackle Cordy Glenn on Friday, according to the team's official website.



A report on the Bengals' website last month indicated that it was believed the Bengals would move on from Glenn.




Glenn, 30, had another year left on his deal, but letting him gave the Bengals a cap savings of $9.5 million.




The Buffalo Bills traded Glenn to the Bengals in March 2018. In May 2019, Glenn moved to guard to make way for then-rookie Jonah Williams before an injury kept Williams out for the season.



In October, the Bengals suspended Glenn for one game for "internal disciplinary reasons" and fined him $200,000. Glenn had spent several weeks in concussion protocol, and he and the Bengals reportedly were at odds over his symptoms and potential return.


Glenn played in six games last season for the Bengals - starting five of them - after playing 13 games for the team during the 2018 season.


The Bengals' offensive line could feature an Opening Day lineup of Jonah Williams, Michael Jordan, Trey Hopkins, John Miller and Bobby Hart, though offensive coordinator Brian Callahan is looking at upgrading the offensive line, according to a report from Bengals.com's Geoff Hobson.





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