“Cordy’s not back yet and that may be a long time,” said Marrone. “Cordy is a very good football player. We’re going to take it very, very slowly to see how he comes back in the first couple days. We will just do a little bit on the side and a little bit individual. You won’t see him participating in any team for a while. Then we’ll see how he responds because I really don’t know.”
Glenn did line up with the first unit at left tackle during the walk through, but only did individual position drills.
For Glenn it’s a process he’s willing to be patient with.
“It was frustrating not being out here with the fellas and not working every day with them,” Glenn said. “I’m back now and just trying to knock the rust off a little bit.”
When asked if he has a timetable for his return to full action in practice Glenn made it sound like how he comes through the first few days back will determine the course of his return.
“I don’t really know any details or anything. I’m just taking it day by day right now,” he said. “There’s still a little bit of time, but I’m just focused on trying to help the team out and getting back comfortable here again.”
Buffalo’s defenders demonstrated active hands in the passing lanes in Friday night’s win over Carolina logging six pass breakups including a pair for interceptions. In practice Saturday their hands were active again.
And Da’Norris Searcy, who had an interception in Friday’s game, tipped a pass over the middle that was taken the other way by
For the secondary as a whole there’s a fervent internal competition to have the most pass breakups, interceptions and other key defensive statistics during training camp.
“It definitely is a competition amongst us,” said Robey. “It’s all about being accountable. Just making sure you’re doing your job and at the same time competing for interceptions and sacks, all that stuff. We want to make it as competitive as possible, but at the same time fun.”
At the outset of camp there was a regular rotation of players at the right guard position with Marrone declaring the starting role an open competition on that side of the line. On Saturday the rotation flipped to the left side of the line. That’s because
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With a host of players out with bumps and bruises from Friday’s game some younger players stepped in to fill the void at several positions besides the aforementioned left guard spot.
Ross Cockrell stepped in at left cornerback for some snaps with