Buffalo Bills Cordy Glenn worked with first team left guard

Nov 15, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills tackle Cordy Glenn (77) on the sidelines during a game against the Miami Dolphins at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo won the game 19-14. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

Buffalo Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn kicked inside and worked with the first team offense at the left guard position during today’s training camp practice.

Second team left tackle Thomas Welch was bumped up to Cordy’s first team position during practice. The bills have been unimpressed with the competition between guards Colin Brown and Doug Legursky at left guard, so they are looking for a left side combination that will work for this Buffalo offense.

Glenn was viewed by many as a guard prior to the 2012 NFL draft. Welch a practice squad talent, isn’t a realistic option to man the left tackle position. The competition between Brown and Legursky needs to pick up before both of them end up without a job.

With two new quarterbacks under center, this group needs everybody on the same page, looking to win their blocks and have decent protection for Kevin Kolb and E.J. Manuel, whoever wins the starting quarterback job for this team.

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