Cowboys cut Terry Glenn

Cowboys cut Terry Glenn
Terry Glenn

Cowboys cut Terry Glenn

According to the ESPN Radio show “Football Tonight” Jerry Jones owner of the Dallas Cowboys has cut Terry Glenn.  Reportedly Jones said that the Cowboys had no choice but to let Glenn go since they could not agree on a contract that would have protected the team from paying Glenn his entire salary if he were to be injured again this year.  He missed 15 regular season games last year but did play in the playoff game in the 2007 season.

By Bill Smith

            According to the rumors on the net, the most likely new team for Glenn would be the Miami Dolphins.   Bill Parcells who runs the Dolphins' front office drafted Glenn in New England and then brought him to Dallas when Parcells went there.  Glenn would be a perfect mentor for Ted Ginn.

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 edits http://fryingpanpolitics.blog.com

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