The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a 5-year contract extension with left tackle Cordy Glenn. The 5-year/$65 million extension, with $36 million guaranteed, solidifies the left edge of their offensive line which has been mediocre the past few seasons, yet Glenn has been one of the few mainstay's.

Glenn was a second round selection by the Bills in the 2012 NFL draft. Glenn has started all 61 games that he has appeared in over his career.

The 26-year-old signed his franchise tender back in march and is slated to make just over $13 million this upcoming season and with his new deal, $30 million the next two seasons after that.

Glenn has emerged as one of the top pass blockers in the NFL. His quick footwork and technique make this contract a win for both sides.

For once, the Bills offensive line looks to be one of their strong suits. Solidifying Glenn for the next 5 years is definitely a way to do that.