40-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Free Agent
2014 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Terry Glenn in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
Terry Glenn Contract Information:
Released by the Cowboys in July 2008.
Glenn says he wouldn't mind returning to the Cowboys, the Dallas Morning News reports.
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Terry Glenn: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)The team wants some salary protection in case Glenn's knee is an issue once again, but he's understandably reluctant to give up guaranteed money. "Hopefully it'll get resolved at some time before training camp, and hopefully he's healthy, ready to go," Phillips said earlier this week. "That's what we're looking forward to. He could be a great bonus. Everybody said when he got hurt last year it was going to really bring us down, but we set all the records. But we still would've liked to have him. Same thing this year - still like to have him."
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Terry Glenn.
Glenn didn't return from knee surgery until the very end of the season, seeing limited action in Week 17 and in the Cowboys' playoff loss to the Giants. If healthy he'll be the #2 WR and #3 passing option for Tony Romo, but at 34 there's no telling how much he has left to contribute.
Like Joey Galloway, Glenn is old, still very fast and finally able to stay healthy the last two seasons. Unlike Galloway, Glenn has fierce competition for targets on his own team Ė Terrell Owens and Jason Witten are sure to get their looks, but the quarterbacking situation in Dallas is quite a bit better than it is in Tampa Bay. In the end, Glenn was one of the best per play receivers in the NFL for the second year in a row, averaging 9.52 yards per target, good for second among receivers with 100 targets or more. In 2005, Glenn averaged 9.6, good for fourth. He also brought in five receptions of 40 yards or more (tied for ninth). And while Owens is the teamís prototypical red-zone receiver, Glenn was no slouch in that department, either getting 18 looks from inside the 20 and four from insider the five. Of course, with Wade Phillips taking over the reins from Bill Parcells and Jason Garrett serving as the teamís offensive coordinator, thereís a good chance the 33-year old Glenn will see less work from in close. At 5-11, 195, Glennís not the type to mix it up over the middle, but heís a good route-runner and a constant threat to make a big play.
Still one of the fastest receivers in the league, the 32-year-old Glenn torched opposing defenders for a league-leading 18.3 yards per catch and seven receptions for 40 yards or more (tied for 2nd). Glenn came down with just 53 percent of the balls thrown his way, but when you consider how far down field Drew Bledsoe was looking, that rate is a lot better than it looks. In fact, Glenn averaged 9.6 yards per target, good for fourth best in the NFL among receivers with 100 or more looks. Glenn also has tremendous athleticism and leaping ability and shows good burst when changing direction. Heís not a physical player, but his speed and quickness allow him to make defenders miss. The big curiosity this year for Glenn and the Cowboys is how Terrell Owens will be integrated into the passing game. With Keyshawn Johnson gone, there are 123 of last yearís targets available for Owens, but we expect that heíll require far more than that. How the remainder are spread out between Glenn, Patrick Crayton and Jason Witten is an open question. That Glenn and Witten should have more room to operate is a virtual certainty.
Torn ligaments in his foot limited Glenn to just six games in 2004, in which he caught 24 passes for 400 yards and two TDs. Over a full season that's 64 catches for 1067 yards -- comparable to his best seasons in New England, which also featured Drew Bledsoe at QB. If he can stay healthy, don't rule that kind of production out, even at the age of 31.
Perception is everything -- Glenn was considered a disappointment with Green Bay in 2002 and a success in Dallas in 2003, even though his numbers were basically the same. He did find the end zone a few more times with the Cowboys, but Keyshawn Johnson should take away those red zone looks. Another 50 catch, 800 yard season might even be optimistic.
Glenn actually had a semi-productive year in Green Bay, with 56 catches for 816 yards. Reuniting with Bill Parcells might light a fire under him/her, but more likely Glenn will just be a #3 receiver in one of the NFL's worst offenses.