I love all the absolutes in this thread, as if anyone has any idea what is going to happen.
LT is not that much more important than the other positions. It is rare a QB takes a 7 step drop anymore. In fact with a QB under 6 feet tall the center and guards are equally important in pass protection.
Mills was terrible in pass protection and most teams will adjust their front 7 to attack the weak link. That said Mills was a very good run blocker and who knows maybe he gets better at pass blocking.
Did anyone see any drop off in play at LT or C when Glenn and Wood were out? We are not even talking about a Pro-Bowl player being moved to put the best five on the field.
If Groy, Henderson, or Kujo are better than Mills at RT or if Mills looks better at pass blocking then everyone will be happy to leave Glenn where he is.
If the best 5 is a healthy and productive Kujo at LT and Glenn at RT I'm all for it.
As for the Glenn won't be happy about it crowd. How does that make any sense? If he excels at RT and makes a ProBowl and it is known he can play LT well then he will get paid. If he sulks and pisses and moans about it, how does that benefit him?
Plus if he bitches about it the Jason Peters haters will have a new guy to hate. See there is something for everyone....
Glenn is not moving to RT. There is no way that is even a consideration. Forget about the money - you don't move an excellent player to accommodate a mediocre one.
CK is in grave danger with the new regime. It is not like he is a pro bowler on the left side and can't get a body on anyone on the right. He needs to show well in camp to have a chance at making the team. We already know six guys who are making the team (last year's five starters plus Groy). Henderson can be carried without a roster spot for the first five games.
I see the Bills addressing RT with another FA signing or a 2nd - 4th round pick depending on their internal evaluation of Mills.
What FA RT is out there any better than a 16 game starter or Groy? The Bills don't have a 4th round pick. By the time the 5th rounders come up, they will essentially be 6th round quality with all the comp picks. I think it very unlikely they use a 2nd or 3rd on a RT given the holes they have to fill. Assuming Glenn stays at LT and Mills does not improve, RT will be addressed in the 2018.
Even a trade down for more picks probably will not yield a RT, as they need multiple DBs, a WR, a QB project, and a LB or two.