Report: WR Glenn Set to Become a Dolphin

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Sources are stating that wide out Terry Glenn is about to get reunited with his former coach.  Sort of.  The Fort Worth-Star Telegram cites two souces as saying that Glenn will sign in the next day or two with the Miami Dolphins, who of course are now headed by Bill Parcells.  Glenn was released by the Cowboys last week when they could not come to terms about an injury settlement.

Glenn played under Parcells when he was the head coach at New England and at Dallas.  Now he’ll play under new Dolphins coach Tony Sparano.  He will also reunite with a few other Cowboys coaches and players that have joined the Dolphins over the past few months.

When the Cowboys waived Glenn, there was some thought to the team bringing him back at some point, but instead he must feel that he’ll be treated better and have a shot at more playing time in Miami. The biggest thing for Glenn will be when he can take the field, as he has still not practiced this offseason due to his injured right knee.

He brings to the Dolphins WR core a wealth of experience, as the former first-round pick of the Patriots in 1996 has played for 12 seasons, playing in 137 career games with 593 catches for 8823 yards and 44 touchdowns.  Two seasons ago he played in 15 games for Dallas with 70 catches for 1047 yards and six scores.


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