Whoever's under center for the Cincinnati Bengals next season won't have an eight-year veteran manning his blind side.
The Bengals had been shopping the veteran around for a trade but with no takers, Cincy has chosen to send Glenn to market less than a week before the new league year is scheduled to begin.
The 30-year-old offensive lineman was entering the final season of a five-year deal he signed with the Buffalo Bills in 2016. Buffalo traded Glenn to Cincinnati ahead of the 2018 season.
In two seasons with the Bengals, Glenn played 19 of 32 possible games and started 18. The tackle missed the first 10 games of the 2019 season due to a concussion, a one-game suspension due to disciplinary reasons and a shoulder injury.
Regarded by Pro Football Focus as the No. 38 offensive tackle in the NFL, Glenn should have a market in a tackle-needy league, but it's unclear how voluminous it will be, given his suspect 2019 season.