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Glenn has surgery, Ellis and Newman practice again

Good stuff from Nick Eatman. Terry Glenn had surgery today and hopes to return to the field this season.

There is a chance Terry Glenn could play for the Cowboys this season after all.

The wide receiver underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee Thursday morning, a procedure that could allow him to return to field this year, team spokesman Rich Dalrymple announced during the team's practice at Valley Ranch.

And Newman and Ellis are practicing again today.

A day after returning to the practice field for the time in weeks, both Terence Newman and Greg Ellis were practicing again on Thursday with the team.

While the two players are still considered limited, there chances of playing either this week in Miami, or at least for the Sept. 23 game in Chicago seem to be increasing.

Newman again worked mostly with the scout team in the short window open to the media. The cornerback missed his first career game last week because of a partial tear in his plantar fascia in his right foot.

Ellis ran through individual drills with the linebackers, but is lining up with the first-team unit.

Hat tip to BTB-regular Philosopher for the link.

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