Cincinnati acquired Glenn in a trade with Buffalo on March 14, and the seventh-year veteran is expected to take over the Bengals’ No. 1 LOT spot in 2018 ... Served as Buffalo’s No. 1 LOT since his rookie season in 2012, and enters ’18 with 78 games played (77 starts) ... Noted for his size (6-6, 345 pounds), strength and agility ... Limited by an ankle injury to just six games (five starts) in 2017 ... Played collegiately at Georgia, where in his first three seasons he played alongside Bengals LG Clint Boling ... In the trade, Cincinnati received Glenn, along with Buffalo’s 2018 first-round pick (21st overall; selected C Billy Price) and fifth-round pick (158th overall; selected DT Andrew Brown), in exchange for the Bengals’ first-round pick (12th overall) and sixth-round pick (187th overall).