Terrence "Terry" Glenn, former wide receiver for the Cowboys, has died in a vehicle accident in Irving, Texas.
CBS Dallas-Fort Worth reports that Glenn died following a "single roll-over crash".
Former NFL quarterback Drew Bledsoe, who was Glenn's teammate with the Patriots and Cowboys, said Glenn turned a corner as he got older.
Glenn was picked seventh overall by the New England Patriots in the 1996 NFL Draft. He stayed with the Cowboys until the end of his National Football League career, finishing with 593 total catches, 44 touchdowns, and over 1,000 receiving yards. It will always be remembered for the fog that filled Foxboro Stadium that day. Terry's a very smart individual.
The New England Patriots, the team that drafted Glenn in the first round back in 1996, also expressed their sympathy for Glenn's family. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family, his loved ones and all of the people who were touched by his life".
He played one season there before the Packers traded him to the Cowboys, reuniting with Parcells. In 2010, Glenn was arrested in Irving for auto theft in what his attorney said was a mix-up over a vehicle rental. "TG overcame terrible adversity to become a really good man".
Damien Woody, who played with Glenn in New England, tweeted: "Man.#RIP to my former teammate Terry Glenn, who passed away this morning due to a auto accident".
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