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Cordy Glenn
T #77
Height:
6-6
Weight:
345
Age:
24
College:
Georgia
Hometown:
Riverdale, GA
Experience:
3

Quick Stats (2013):

G
16
GS
16
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGames
GGS
TOTAL 29 29
2013 BUF 16 16
2012 BUF 13 13
Recent Games
WKOppResult
1 NE L 21-23
2 CAR W 24-23
3 @NYJ L 20-27
4 BAL W 23-20
5 @CLE L 24-37
6 CIN L 24-27
7 @MIA W 23-21
8 @NO L 17-35
9 KC L 13-23
10 @PIT L 10-23
11 NYJ W 37-14
13 ATL L 31-34
14 @TB L 6-27
15 @JAC W 27-20
16 MIA W 19-0
17 @NE L 20-34

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Bio

PRO

Drafted in the second-round (41st overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft…became the ninth player from Georgia to be drafted by the Buffalo Bills

PRO

Drafted in the second-round (41st overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft…became the ninth player from Georgia to be drafted by the Buffalo Bills


2013

•    Started all 16 games for the first time in his career. Helped block for just the second Bills running back duo in franchise history to exceed 800 yards a piece on the ground.

•    vs. NE (9/8): Started at left tackle for an offensive line that did not allow a sack and blocked for a rushing attack that tallied 136 yards.

•    vs. CAR (9/15): Started at left tackle, his 15th career start, on an offensive line that blocked for a rushing attack that tallied 149 yards, including a 103 yard performance from RB C.J. Spiller.

•    at NYJ (9/22): Started at left tackle.

•    vs. BAL (9/29): Started at left tackle, blocking for a rushing attack that tallied 203 yards and a touchdown--the first rushing TD allowed by the Ravens this season. 

•    at CLE (10/3): Started at left tackle, blocking for a rushing attack that totaled 155 yards and three scores.

•    vs. CIN (10/13): Started at left tackle, blocking for a rushing attack that tallied 130 yards and a score ... Rushing attack accounted for at least 120 yards for the sixth consecutive week. 

•    at MIA (10/20): Started at left tackle, his 20th career start and game played

•    at NO (10/27): Started at left tackle

•    vs. KC (11/3): Started at left tackle, part of an offensive line that did not give up a sack or quarterback hit and blocked for a rushing attack that recorded a season-high 241 yards on the ground.

•    at PIT (11/10): Started at left tackle

•    vs. NYJ (11/17): Started at left tackle along an offensive line that only allowed one sack.

•    vs. ATL (12/1): Started at left tackle along an offensive line that did not give up a sack and blocked for a rushing attack that totaled 195 yards and three scores ... Played in the 25th game of his career.

•    at TB (12/8): Started at left tackle

•    at JAC (12/15): Started at left tackle, blocking for a ground game that registered 198 yards and a score.

•    vs. MIA (12/22): Started at left tackle, blocking for a rushing attack that totaled 203 yards and a score in addition to only allowing one sack.

•    at NE (12/29): Started at left tackle

2012

•    Started all 13 games he played ... part of an offensive line that held opponents to 30 sacks (fifth fewest in the AFC), while blocking for a rushing attack that averaged 138.6 yards per game - second in the AFC.
•    At NYJ (9/9), started at left tackle and helped block for a rushing attack that amassed 195 yards, including a career-high 169 yards by RB C.J. Spiller ... offense did not allow a sack... became first Bills rookie to start at LT in season opener since 1990 (Glenn Parker)
•    vs. KC (9/16), started at left tackle and helped block for a rushing attack that gained 201 yards and offense did not allow a sack for the second straight week... second time in team history the offensive line held opponents to zero sacks in the first two games of a season (1980)
•    at Cle. (9/23), started at left tackle, part of an offensive attack that accounted for 344 yards, including 138 rushing... offense has surrendered just one sack this season, came on a fumble by QB R. Fitzpatrick when the ball slipped out of his hand and he wasn’t touched by a defender
•    vs. NE (9/30), started at left tackle, part of an offense that produced 438 yards of offense... left the game with an injury late in the third quarter and did not return

•    at SF (10/7), at Ari. (10/14) and vs. Ten. (10/21), Inactive due to injury
•    at Hou. (11/4), returned to the starting line up at left tackle and helped offense produced 308 yards of total offense
•    at NE (11/11), started at left tackle... part of an offense that produced  season bests of 481 total yards and a time of possession of 33:50
•    vs. Mia. (11/15), started at left tackle, part of an offense that produced 120 yards on the ground
•    at Ind. (11/25): started at left tackle, part of an offense that produced a 100-yard rusher (C.J. Spiller - 107) and a 100-yard receiver (Stevie Johnson - 106) for the first time since 11/21/10 at Cin. (F. Jackson - 116 rush, Stevie Johnson - 137 rec.)
•    vs. Jac. (12/2), started at left tackle, part of an offense that produced 232 rushing yards and did not give up a sack
•    vs. StL (12/9), started at left tackle, offense produced 281 yards
•    vs. Sea. (12/16), started at left tackle, offense produced 333 net yards
•    at Mia. (12/23), started at left tackle, offense produced 381 net yards, including 154 on the ground
•    vs. NYJ (12/30), started at left tackle, offense produced 334 net yards, and did not allow a sack


COLLEGE

Glenn started 50-of-53 games during his career at Georgia – eighteen at left offensive tackle, twenty-eight at left guard and four at right guard…His 50 starting assignments tied the school all-time record for offensive linemen, set the previous season by guard/tackle Clint Boling (2007-10)…Quarterback David Greene (2001-04) holds the Georgia overall record with 52 starts…Glenn registered 63 touchdown-resulting blocks and 447 knockdowns for the Bulldogs.

 

2011: All-American first-team selection and rated the second-best offensive guard prospect eligible for the 2012 draft by The NFL Draft Report…Added third-team All-American honors from the Associated Press and Phil Steele, in addition to being an honorable mention by Sports Illustrated…Served as one of the team’s captains, as the consensus first-team All- Southeastern Conference choice started all fourteen games at left tackle, leading the league’s linemen with 20 touchdown-resulting blocks and 125 knockdowns, helping the Bulldogs averaged 244.5 aerial yards, 408.5 yards in total offense and 32.0 points per game…The recipient of the Green-Sands Football Scholarship opened the season by taking down defensive end Billy Winn as Georgia cornerback, Brandon Boykin, making his first collegiate experience on offense, followed Glenn on an 80-yard touchdown run mid-way through the first quarter vs. Boise State…Recorded fourteen knockdowns, as he led the way on 1- and 17-yard touchdown runs by tailback Isaiah Crowell while UGA gained 366 yards vs. Tennessee…Earned SEC Lineman of the Week honors as the senior posted key blocks on all three of Georgia’s touchdowns against Florida…The senior followed with fifteen knockdowns and two touchdown-resulting blocks as the Bulldogs exploded for 258 yards on the ground vs. New Mexico State…He continued his dominance with sixteen knockdowns for a running corps that generated a season-high 304 yards vs. Auburn…His pass protection skills were evident, as he knocked down Yellow Jackets pass rushers thirteen times while Georgia threw for four touchdowns and 252 yards vs. Georgia Tech.

 

2010: Glenn started the entire position at one position for the first time during his career, lining up with the first unit for thirteen games at left guard…Earned All-American recognition from The NFL Draft Report and Pro Football Weekly after registering 132 knockdowns and eighteen touchdown-resulting blocks as he helped the offense average 385.00 total yards per game, including an average of 242.38 aerial yards…Added All-SEC accolades, as the recipient of the Wayne McDuffie Football Scholarship was also named the team’s Most Valuable Player on offense following spring drills….Graded a season-high 94% vs. Kentucky and finished the season with an overall blocking consistency mark of

87.41%...Recorded fourteen knockdowns and opened a rush lane used by Washaun Ealey for a 58-yard scamper to set up a touchdown, as Georgia tallied 232 yards on the ground and 547 yards in total offense vs. Vanderbilt.


PERSONAL

Sociology major…Born in Riverdale, Georgia.

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