Sad news this morning out of Texas, where it has been announced that former NFL star Terry Glenn was killed in an automobile accident, at the far too young age of 43. Terry Glenn started at Ohio State University and was drafted seventh overall out in the 1996 NFL Draft, he immediately made a big impact as a rookie, catching 90 passes for 1,132 yards and 6 touchdowns at the time the most receptions ever for a rookie. Glenn played for the Patriots from 1996-2001 where he clashed with Bill Belichick and was suspended after an arrest for domestic assault, he was traded to the Green Bay Packers in 2002, and then traded to the Dallas Cowboys in 2003 where he played until 2007. Glenn was an extremely talented player, but after a promising start to his career, he never realized his superstar potential. Over his career, Glenn caught 593 passes for 8,933 yards and 44 touchdowns. Rest In Peace Terry Glenn, gone far too soon, our thoughts are with Glenn’s family at this time.