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June 18, 2008

Crayton not surprised by Glenn's actions

Cowboys wide receiver Patrick Crayton talked with veteran Terry Glenn on Father's Day. They didn't talk about Glenn's situation with the team, but Crayton is not surprised by what has developed.

Glenn said Tuesday he will not sign the $500,000 injury waiver and wants to be released. Crayton believes Glenn has too much pride and put too much into his rehabilitation to sign for less than his contract. Glenn, who turns 34 next month, possibly decided not to agree because he has something else in the works. Not likely for $1.74 million, but could he have something lined up with the Dolphins and his close ex-coach Bill Parcells?

- Rick Herrin


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I hope Glenn can play at a competitive pace this season. Even if he is the #3 guy I'm sure he could contribute.

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