Buffalo also receives Cincinnati's sixth-round pick (No. 187) and the Bengals get the Bills' fifth-round pick (No. 158). The teams will swap a series of draft picks as part of the deal, which bolsters the Bengals in the trenches for next season.
The Bills signed Glenn to a five-year, $65 million extension after assigning him the franchise tag during the 2016 offseason.More news: Dog Killed After United Flight Attendant Forces Him Into Overhead Bin
The 28-year-old Glenn has been Buffalo's starting left tackle since entering the National Football League as a second-round pick in 2012 but a foot injury limited him to six games last season. Dion Dawkins, a rookie second-round pick, started the 11 games Glenn didn't.
Buffalo now owns the 12th and 22nd selections in the 2018 draft. Buffalo moves up to 12th overall and the Bengals drop to 21st.More news: Baby-sitter accused of abusing OH girl, 3, causing brain damage
Per Spotrac, the Bills incur a $9.6 million dead money charge but also net $4.85 million in cap savings for 2018 as a result of the transaction.
Still, if that happens, the Bills could likely get a nice consolation price in former USC quarterback Sam Darnold, assuming they are able tor trade their way into the top five. He was limited to six games a year ago because of an injury to his left foot that eventually required surgery.
Meanwhile, the Bills are set at left tackle. A big hit that they will take is his contract, but it will be worth it if Glenn can keep defenders off of Dalton.More news: 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Reboot Just Needs Joss Whedon, Says Fox Head