Good column by Clarence Hill on Terry Glenn. In yesterday's press conference Parcells spent close to 5 minutes talking about Glenn, leaving no doubt that Terry is one of his all-time favorite players. Glenn also sees the upside to Terrell Owens on the Cowboys offense, if he ever gets healthy.
"That's another reason why I was rooting for T.O. to come here because I know the attention he grabs," Glenn said. "That should help me get open, help Witten get open, help the running game get open. I look at him coming back here helping our while offense. We all complement each other."
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Don Banks at SI.com gives some national attention to a situation that we've been talking about for a couple of weeks.
I don't know what that last sentence is all about, but the emergence of Hurd and Rector probably wouldn't have happened if Owens hadn't been hurt. Maybe Owens injury was really a Parcells driven plot to see what he had in the young kids. It's as good a theory as any other I've heard, except for the obvious one, Owens hamstring really is hurt.
Banks also thinks he's deciphered what ails the Redskins this offseason.
Washington is giving up 29 points per game this preseason, and the Jets and the Patriots ran the ball down the Redskins' throats for a combined 386 yards. That ain't going to cut it in the NFC East, where the Eagles, Giants and Cowboys all will run right at the Redskins until they prove they can stop them. Your move, Gregg Williams.