According to several sources, the Cowboys are trying to get
ex-Buckeye star receiver Terry Glenn to take an injury settlement so that they
can release him or put him on the retired/injured list. They issue is his knee injury from last
year. He has shown up ready to play but
the Cowboys have not let him participate in the OTAs. By Bill Smith
has offered him a half million dollar injury settlement. If they waive him injured, the team would
have to pay him the entire 2008 salary of around 1.7 million.
In his 12
year career, Glenn has caught nearly 600 passes but played in only one game in
2007 and did not register a catch. He
was drafted by New England and played there
under Bill Parcells but brought to the Cowboys by Parcells when he was with the
Cowboys. He will be remembered by Coach
Parcells calling Glenn “she” in a press conference.
and the Cowboys reach agreement, it would not be surprising to see Glenn end up
on the Dolphin's roster and play with another OSU great Ted Ginn Jr. Now that would be a sight to see.
Bill Smith is a
former coach of several semi-pro teams and has scouted talent. He is a senior writer for http://BrutusReport.com. He has
also published several novels on http://ebooks-library.com/index.cfm and