Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn was killed in a vehicle accident Sunday night.
Glenn played six seasons with the Patriots.
Glenn played three years at Ohio State, and was drafted seventh overall by the New England Patriots in 1996. He stayed with the Cowboys until the end of his National Football League career, finishing with 593 total catches, 44 touchdowns, and over 1,000 receiving yards.
Dallas Cowboys also wrote on their official Twitter account: "We are saddened by the loss of Terry Glenn". He had a break-out rookie season with 90 receptions, helping the Pats reach the Super Bowl.
According to Mac Engel of the Forth Worth Star-Telegram, Glenn was killed in a vehicle accident in Irving, Tex. It will always be remembered for the fog that filled Foxboro Stadium that day. In five postseason games with New England, Glenn caught 21 passes for 317 yards.
Terry was someone that we all enjoyed very much in his time with the Cowboys.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said in a statement that Glenn "was a gentle and kind hearted young man". Too young and too soon. Here's how some of Glenn's former teammates - as well as many, many fans - chose to pay tribute to the former star. He got a Terry Glenn jersey from Santa. "Overcame a ton of adversity to become an excellent person".
Former quarterback Drew Bledsoe, who was Glenn's teammate with both the Patriots and Cowboys, was among those to tweet condolences. "May your soul rest in peace my friend".
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