The Cincinnati Bengals have decided to cut offensive tackle Cordy Glenn according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Glenn and the Bengals had a feud this year about how the training staff handled his concussion that was suffered in the preseason. Cincinnati tried to find a trade partner for him, but ended up releasing him instead.
According to Over the Cap, the Bengals will free up almost $10 million in cap space by making the move. The Bengals already needed help on the offensive line, but now will have to explore free agency, the draft or trades to improve in the trenches.
Glenn spent two seasons with the Bengals.