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  • Joey_Potter
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    The Dolphins need someone other than young and inexperienced players. Maybe Ginn will learn something from the old fossil.

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  • Vbsiena
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    Yea Glenn will do nothing for their WR core

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  • BUFBills7599
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    Originally posted by Walter View Post
    Makes sense... Dolphins pick up an old, decrepit player to join the many others they have on their roster.
    LOL yes it does. They are going to be so horrible this year, it's not even funny. I thought Glenn would sign with a team that has a chance to win.

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  • Walter
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    Makes sense... Dolphins pick up an old, decrepit player to join the many others they have on their roster.

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  • BUFBills7599
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    Terry Glenn likely going to Miami...

    OXNARD, Calif. --
    Terry Glenn likely headed to Miami | Dallas Cowboys | Star-Telegram.com
    Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terry Glenn is expected to sign with the Miami Dolphins in the next few days, according to two sources.
    Glenn was waived by the Cowboys on Friday.
    In Miami, the veteran receiver will be reunited with Bill Parcells and several other former Dallas coaches and players. Parcells, the Dolphins executive vice president for football operations, coached Glenn in New [COLOR=blue! important][COLOR=blue! important]England[/color][/color] and in Dallas.
    Before being released by Dallas, Glenn had not practiced in the off-season because he refused to sign an injury waiver for his surgically repaired right knee. The two sides never came to terms and the Cowboys decided to go in another direction. Owner Jerry Jones hinted last week that he might bring Glenn back, but that appears unlikely now.
    Glenn missed 15 games last season after two surgeries on his right knee. He saw his first regular-season action against Washington in the final game, but did not have a catch while playing in a limited role.
    In the Cowboys’ divisional playoff loss to the [COLOR=blue! important][COLOR=blue! important]New [COLOR=blue! important]York [/color][COLOR=blue! important]Giants[/color][/color][/color], Glenn caught two passes for 30 yards.
    Glenn played five seasons in Dallas, including back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2005 and 2006.
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