Buffalo Bills offensive training camp preview

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Oct 27, 2013; Foxborough, MA, USA; Miami Dolphins guard Richie Incognito (68) prepares to block against the New England Patriots during the second quarter at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

The offensive line has always been a shaky point for the Buffalo Bills, although this years seemed to be a different story.  With the signing of Richie Incognito and drafting John Miller, along with draftees from last year having a year under their belt, there seems to be a different feel in the air when it comes to the offensive line.

With anchors like Cordy Glenn and Eric Wood at tackle and center, the Buffalo Bills have the start of what could be a dominant offensive line.

At this point, Glenn and Wood have two of the spots with Incognito and Miller filling out the guard spots.  The one spot that is up for grabs as it looks, or even depending on play, Cordy Glenn’s tackle spot might be up as well, with the competition going between Cyrus Kouandjio and Seantrel Henderson, who was the 7th round draft pick with 1st round talent, that played the entire season at right guard last year.  Kouandjio has made strides and looks to be the one to play the entire season this year.

So with 6 players mentioned above taking 6 of the 10-11 spots, where are the other 4-5 going to go.  Well, one will ost likely be heading to Garrison Sanborn, the long snapping specialist.  I would not be surprised to see Tyson Chandler make the team as the 4th tackle for depth purposes as well as Cyril Richardson and Kraig Urbik as your additional guard back-ups as well.  Plus Urbik makes the team as the back-up center as well.

The guys left out of the mix are D.J. Morrell, Chris Williams, Darryl Johnson, Alex Kupper, and William Campbell.

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