Bills, Glenn agree to five year deal

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It’s going to be a good night in the Glenn household. 

The Bills announced Tuesday that the team has agreed to a contract extension with their starting left tackle. 

Reportedly, the deal is for five years and 65 million dollars with 26.5 guaranteed. 

Likely, the contract will also grant the Bills some cap relief for 2016. 

Buffalo had placed the franchise tag on Glenn at a price of 13.7 million dollars. Almost always, long term contracts push the heavier cap hits into the final two or three seasons. 

Glenn was taken by the Bills in the second round of the 2012 draft. He has started at left tackle and played in every game all four seasons, except for three his rookie year. 

He’ll now has the chance to start the next 80.

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