One starting offensive line combination the Buffalo Bills used for much of Wednesday’s OTA practice had Seantrel Henderson at left tackle, Richie Incognito at left guard, Eric Wood at center, rookie John Miller at right guard and Cyrus Kouandjio at right tackle.
After failing to crack the lineup as a second-round draft pick last year, Kouandjio seems to be making a serious push for a starting role. Cordy Glenn, who started at left tackle last season, could end up as a reserve for both tackle spots because the Bills don’t seem inclined to work him at left guard, something that was discussed early in the offseason.
“I’m happy with the way Kouandjio’s competing out there,” Ryan said. “He’s doing a nice job. But I’m ecstatic with Miller. I think Miller’s handled it. I think he’s a 10-year vet out there. He doesn’t make mental mistakes and he’s an athletic guy.
“When we took him” as a third-round draft pick from Louisville, “we thought he’d be our starter and we’ll see. But I feel pretty confident that he’s going to be a major contributor for us.”