Bills to replace Cordy Glenn with Seantrel Henderson?

According to Vic Carucci of Buffalo News, Seantrel Henderson is a potential candidates to take over at left tackle for the Buffalo Bills in 2015.

He states that the Bills have been impressed by both second year tackles, Henderson and Gyrus Kouandjio and that they might keep Glen as a top reserve.

In the estimation of the Bills’ previous head coach, Doug Marrone, Henderson consistently performed the best of all of the team’s offensive linemen last season.

Much of the idea is said to come from the Bills previous coach Doug Marrone who is rooted in offensive line play, he is now the offensive line coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

If Henderson end up starting at left tackle then Glenn would either move over to the right side, or be a back up if Kouandjio win that job.

All players have their work cut out for them during the offseason. The Bills hired a new coach and offensive coordinator which means there are new schemes to learn and a new playbook to study. It’s a likely that whoever is able to adjust quicker and show improvement might end up getting the starting job.

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