The story so far for veterans during the Bengals OTAs has been coming along slowly.
High-profile guys like A.J. Green haven’t been run ragged, and injured or often injured guys like Tyler Eifert, Shawn Williams and the newest Bengals left tackle Cordy Glenn have all been given time to recover from injuries.
It makes sense given how fast the season is approaching, and that an injury during practices with shorts would be a hard way to lose a guy for any period of time.
Glenn specifically has been limited as he recovers from a foot injury that caused him to miss the final 10 games of the Bills’ season last year. Although, it probably has more to do with the Bengals wanting to get a look at their younger tackles, according to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.


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