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December 28, 2007

Weather will have an impact on Glenn’s debut

IRVING -- All systems are go for wide receiver Terry Glenn season debut on Sunday -- that is if the weather holds up. Coach Wade Phillips said Glenn might be kept out of the game if it is snowing or raining in Washington.

"If it’s pouring down rain and you can’t throw the ball effectively, why would we want him out there?" Phillips said. "We want him out there so he can catch some footballs and get back in there that way. That would be the criteria."

The Cowboys are going to be cautious with Glenn either way.

"We’ll have a number (of snaps he will play), and with him, he’ll be excited at first, so you gotta watch that," Phillips said. "It depends on the offensive line, the quarterback, a lot of factors. He won’t play the whole game. You’re looking at a half with a guy like that, probably."

-- Clarence E. Hill, Jr.


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