The Buffalo Bills used a second-round draft pick on Cyrus Kouandjio last year in hopes of improving their offensive line.
Not only did their line fail to improve, it got worse. And Kouandjio performed so poorly through the preseason and regular-season practices that he never saw action on the line during a game.
All of that might change in the former Alabama standout's second NFL season.
During Wednesday's organized team activity (OTA) practice on the field next to the ADPRO Athletic Training Center, Kouandjio worked as a starter at right tackle.
At one point during the session, Cordy Glenn was the starter at left tackle, Richie Incognito was the starter at left guard, Eric Wood was at his usual center spot, rookie John Miller was the starter at right guard, and Kouandjio was at right tackle.
"Cyrus Kouandjio has looked good," coach Rex Ryan said. "But no doubt, there will be a competition for starting tackle."