Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Terry Glenn Coming to Miami?

In other NFL news... yes, there are other rumors swirling around training camps outside of the great state of Wisconsin. One such rumor is that the Dolphins are looking into adding ex-Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn. Bill Parcells and Terry Glenn go way back. Glenn was drafted by Parcells in New England and played for Parcells and new Dolphins coach Tony Sparano in Dallas. The Cowboys released Glenn last week.

While this would be an instant veteran upgrade to a very inexperienced wide out group, I'm not sure how much production Glenn has left. Hes had 2 right-knee surgeries last year and only played in the final 2 games of the season last year for Dallas, making 2 catches in the Cowboys playoff loss to the Giants. I mean, he was released by the Cowboys for a reason, right? On the other hand, the price is right, and he probably wouldn't demand a big contract. He is 34 and a minor injury risk. He also has 4, 1,000 yard seasons, including one as recent as 2006. So go ahead and bring him in, work him out, and if all else fails, he'll be a great instructional model for the 'fins current receivers. Of course, if the Dolphin's QB-still-to-be-named can't get him the ball, it'll be a moot point.

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