IRVING, Texas (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys' already-potent offense
could have another weapon by the time the playoffs roll around.
Veteran receiver Terry Glenn went through some drills at practice
for the first time all season today. He's been rehabbing from two
Glenn is not expected to play Sunday against the Eagles but
could make his season debut the following Saturday at Carolina or
in the regular-season finale at Washington. If the Cowboys get a
first-round bye, Glenn would have four weeks of practice before the
first playoff game.
Glenn was supposed to be Tony Romo's deep threat until having
arthroscopic knee surgery during training camp. He was hurt again
in his first practice back, leading to a second arthroscopic
procedure in September. Dallas has kept him on the roster all
season exactly for this scenario.