Former NFL WR Glenn dies in auto accident

Former NFL wide receiver Terry Glenn dies in car crash

Former Ohio State All-American wide receiver - and National Football League veteran - Terry Glenn died Monday after a single-car accident in Texas.

Officials with the Irving Fire Department have confirmed that Glenn died following a wreck early Monday morning, according to CBS Dallas-Forth Worth. The 43-year-old was reportedly traveling with his fiancee, who was in the hospital as of Monday being treated in the ICU.

Glenn played for the Patriots, Packers and Cowboys during his 12-year career and retired in 2007 with 593 catches and 44 touchdowns. He caught a career-high 90 passes in his rookie campaign in 1996, helping the Patriots win an AFC title. It will always be remembered for the fog that filled Foxboro Stadium that day.

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Glenn had one more 1,000-yard season in New England (1999). His biography on 83 Kids says that, as an "adopted foster kid" he was "bouncing around from home to home and not knowing where the next meal was coming from, Terry became very reclusive". We scored on the next play and ended up winning 28-3. He also played for the New England Patriots, the Green Bay Packers and the Cowboys. When they arrived on the scene, law officials deemed that a auto crashed into a barrier and the driver "was ejected from the vehicle", ESPN notes.

Terry Glenn in 2000. "Our thoughts and prayers are with Terry's family, his former teammates and friends who mourn his loss".