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Glenn, Ellis Hoping to Be Ready to Go September 9th

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The Cowboys are still dealing with a couple of injuries, one of which will keep wide out Terry Glenn on the sidelines until possibly the opener on September 9th. Glenn underwent knee surgery back on August 1st, and despite thinking that he would be playing in one preseason game, coach Wade Phillips will be sitting Glenn till hopefully he is ready to go opening day. “It’s not a real concern,” Phillips said about the teams number two wide out.

Another starter trying to make it back is outside linebacker Greg Ellis, who continues to try and make it back after he tore his Achillies tendon back in November. He has to date already missed two mini-camps and all of the organized team activities in the off-season. Ellis tried to practice the first day of training camp, but pain forced him to stop 30 minutes in and he has not taken the field since. He has been working out with Cowboys associate athletic trainer Brett Brown. While Glenn appears to be on the verge of making it back, Ellis’ season remains in doubt.


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