1 day soon after Glenn was a comprehensive participant at observe since he experienced a concussion in August, he did not participate since of an inner self-control make a difference, mentor Zac Taylor said.
In accordance to a report by ProFootballTalk.com, Glenn and a member of the coaching personnel acquired into a heated dialogue about the situation concerning his return. Glenn, who reportedly was upset about remaining rushed back again from the concussion, was fined $200,000 for perform detrimental to the team and told Taylor he required to be lower.
Taylor declined to verify or deny anything pertaining to the predicament and experienced small remark with regards to Glenn.
“That is an inner willpower make any difference suitable now,” Taylor explained.
Glenn, the leading still left deal with on the 53-man roster, has been out because Aug. 18 and hasn’t performed due to the fact the team’s 2nd activity of the preseason. On Wednesday, Taylor stated Glenn was cleared to return by the league’s concussion protocol. Taylor stated Glenn’s return was not in his fingers.
All through the period, Taylor remained hopeful that Glenn could return and bolster an offensive line that has allowed 22 sacks, the fifth-optimum overall in the league.
Even as of Oct. 11, the to start with-year mentor explained he nevertheless considered Glenn could participate in once more this year. Taylor was also requested if he believed Glenn experienced been authentic through the process and continue to wished to participate in soccer in typical. Taylor answered affirmatively to the two issues.
The most up-to-date development with regards to Glenn is one of numerous pertaining to offensive linemen in the course of Taylor’s rookie period in Cincinnati.
Clint Boling, an 8-yr veteran, retired just before the preseason since of a blood clot. Backup Christian Westerman remaining the workforce for a brief interval throughout the preseason in advance of he ultimately returned and was lower. Kent Perkins, one more backup offensive lineman, was waived just after he informed the staff he prepared on retiring.
On Thursday, Taylor claimed no participant experienced elevated any challenges with Bengals offensive line coach Jim Turner. Turner worked with Taylor at multiple stops, together with a stint with the Miami Dolphins. In 2014, the Dolphins fired Turner right after an impartial report claimed Turner harassed previous Miami offensive lineman Jonathan Martin.
The impartial report also cited John Jerry, who was at Miami at the time, for harassing Martin. Jerry signed with the Bengals this period after four seasons with the Giants and is envisioned to be the team’s starting remaining tackle on Sunday versus the Jaguars (2-4).