posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 05:36 PM
Dallas Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn will be out at least two weeks because of a sprained right foot.
Coach Bill Parcells said Monday the injury won't require surgery but is "pretty severe."
Glenn aggravated his foot in the first quarter of Sunday's 41-20 loss at Green Bay. He had just one catch for 6 yards in that game, and has 24 for 400
yards this season.
Receiver Quincy Morgan, acquired in a trade from Cleveland for Antonio Bryant last week, strained his hamstring against Green Bay. Parcells said
Morgan is day to day with his injury.
Morgan would be the likely replacement for Glenn in the starting lineup. He had four catches for 76 yards against the Packers.