Five offensive tackles the Denver Broncos could trade for

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Cordy Glenn, Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills beat the Denver Broncos earlier this season without Cordy Glenn, proving their depth on the offensive line.

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That doesn’t mean Glenn is just expendable — he’s a very good player — but they might at least be willing to listen to offers for him. After all, the Bills have been wheeling and dealing more than most teams in the past six or seven months.

If the Bills are open to it, and the price could be prohibitive, Glenn is a player to consider trading for.

At 28 years of age, he’s one of the better pass protecting tackles in the league, giving up just four sacks over the past three years.

Glenn would obviously kick over to the right side for the Broncos and give them a very physical pair of tackles with both he and Garett Bolles, and two guys under the age of 30 to work with.

Among the players on this list, Glenn is the most expensive, and as alluded to earlier, he’s been battling with injuries this season. Would the Broncos make a significant investment if he can’t play at full strength?

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One thing I know for certain — John Elway has to do something. The team has tried Menelik Watson, Allen Barbre, Donald Stephenson, and Billy Turner all playing right tackle at some point or another this season. A move has to be made, and fast.