|No. 74, 77|
December 20, 1953 |
|NFL draft||1976 / Round: 2 / Pick 38|
|1983–1984||Tampa Bay Buccaneers|
In his rookie year with the Bengals, he played in all 14 games, starting one. In 1977, he became a starter, and from 1977 through 1980 (four seasons), he played in 60 games, starting all but four. Also in 1977, he scored his only NFL touchdown onn a four-yard run
In 1981, he was limited to six games (starting five), but it was a great year for the Bengals as Bujnoch was a member of the Bengals team that won the AFC Championship and played in Super Bowl XVI.
He played in nine games off the bench in 1982, his seventh and last with the Bengals.
Glenn Bujnoch and his wife, Sue, reside in Cincinnati, Ohio. They are the parents of former University of Cincinnati offensive lineman and three-year starter (2005–07) Digger Bujnoch, who signed with several NFL teams but never appeared in a regular season NFL game, and Austen Bujnoch, also a three-year starter (2011–13) for the Bearcats.
- Digger Bujnoch (biography) – University of Cincinnati Athletics.
- "Bengals Sign Guard Bujnoch". The Press-Courier. May 30, 1976. Retrieved May 5, 2013.
- Zier, Patrick (August 27, 1985). "Bucs Trim Down to 53". Lakeland Ledger. Retrieved May 5, 2013.