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"The Cowboys might keep an eye on recently-released Chris Terry, who started all eight games he played in last year with the Seahawks. The six-year veteran who has 80 career starts has been injury-prone, missing half the season in 2004 and 11 total games in the past two years.

But at 6-5, 295 and experience at right tackle, signing Terry could serve as a nice insurance policy if either Tucker, Vollers, or even Rogers doesn't cut it on the right side."
--Cowboys Still Looking to Upgrade at Right Tackle
dallascowboys.com, March 26, 2005


"...If he can stay out of trouble and play with intensity consistently, Terry is capable of developing into a Pro Bowl caliber player."
-- Scouts Inc. 2004 report on Chris Terry

"Terry was suspended for four games in 2003 because of a repeat violation of the NFL's substance-abuse policy. He was also fined an additional five game checks that year for violating the league's personal conduct policy."
--Len Pasquarelli, ESPN.com, March 19, 2005

"Athletic and steady with good footwork."
-- Pro Football Weekly 2004 Preview review of Terry

"Terry, who came to the Seahawks after being released by the Carolina Panthers in the wake of a misdemeanor charge of assaulting his wife and a subsequent missed court date, started 23 of the 25 games he played for Seattle."
--Seahawks Release Chris Terry, Scouts.com, March 19, 2005