November 04, 2007

Terry Glenn Ruled Out


For the third day in a row, neither defensive end Jevon Kearse nor right tackle Jon Runyan participated in practice on Friday. Runyan is still battling a tailbone injury that has prevented him from practicing in each of the last two weeks.

He was able to play against both Chicago and Minnesota and is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Dallas, as is Kearse.

Wide receiver Jason Avant is listed as questionable with a groin strain that he suffered during practice this week.

"Jason Avant has a groin strain that he's working through. We think he'll be able to go, but we'll just see how he does here in the next couple days," Reid said.

The Cowboys are once again going to be without the services of wide receiver Terry Glenn, who has missed every game this season with a knee injury. Dallas could, however, get back cornerback Anthony Henry who has missed the last three games with a high ankle sprain. Henry is listed as questionable, but he did have limited participation in practice every day this week. Henry had four interceptions in the first three games of the season. He became only the second Cowboy in franchise history to have back-to-back games with multiple interceptions.

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Edmund said...

Unfortunately, Terry Glen missed every game at that season. I just hear that he had ever got knee injury. It was the risk of becoming sport player...But although having such problem, they will not give up... It is a goodness of sportsman.

Tom said...

It was bad news, wasn't it? Terry Glenn was just one of the best players. There were still many other players that could support to become the winner of competition. We should give reliance to other players.

Alvina said...

It's very bad... Injury stops someone from doing anything. I'm sure that Jason Avant is fine now. Btw, as my husband, I like football too....:D:D:D