Published: Tue, November 21, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

Patriots and Cowboys make statements regarding Terry Glenn

Patriots and Cowboys make statements regarding Terry Glenn

Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn died early Monday after a auto crash in Irving, Texas, a spokeswoman for the Dallas County medical examiner's office confirmed to The Washington Post.

Former Ohio State wide receiver Terry Glenn has reportedly passed away at the age of 43.

The Dallas County Medical Examiner's office said Glenn died shortly before 1 a.m. Monday at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas.

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Although on the Patriots staff in 2001, he did not play in the team's Super Bowl win that season after tensions with the coaching staff headed by Bill Belichick.

Glenn's career spanned over 12-years, catching 44 career touchdowns and gaining 8,823 career receiving yards.

The 43-year-old OH native played for the Dallas Cowboys from 2003-07. His fiancee had been with him at the time of the vehicle crash, although she is believed to have survived the accident and is now hospitalized, while officials found Glenn dead on arrival.

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Glenn joined the Packers for one season after leaving the Patriots.

His son, Terry Glenn, Jr. took to Twitter to talk about his father on Monday.

At this time, Glenn is believed to be survived by his fiancee and three children, according to 247 Sports. "Overcame a ton of adversity to become an excellent person".

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The confidence is coming back into the team and we know even if we go a goal down we're still going to be in the game. He tells us that he has belief in us and we're good enough.

Since the news of his death was released, Glenn's former teammates have expressed their condolences over social media, the Daily News reports. He caught Tom Brady's first National Football League touchdown pass in 2001.

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