Former wide receiver for the New England Patriots, Terry Glenn, was killed following a car accident early Monday morning. He was only 43-years-old at the time of his death. Glenn first entered the NFL as part of the 1996 Draft. He started his football legacy as a three-year letterman athlete in high school and then an All-American wide receiver for the Ohio State Buckeyes. During her professional career, Gleen had been signed to the Patriots, the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys, before he ultimately retired in July 2008 following a knee injury.
Officials with the Irving Fire Department have confirmed the death of Terry Glenn. They said that Glenn was involved in a car wreck early Monday morning, November 20. He later died at 12:52 A.M. in Parkland Memorial Hospital, according to the Dallas County’s medical examiner office.
But instead of focusing on Glenn’s death. Let us remember his life and the word’s he has left behind along with 12 years in the NFL…
Terry Glenn Quotes: Best Quotes & Most-Famous Sayings
“As an offense, … We felt we had to go out and hit ’em in the mouth.” – Terry Glenn
“It feels good to be wanted, … For me to be in the situaton I am right now, and be able to feel like I’m still respected and still wanted, things had to happen the way they did last year.” – Terry Glenn
“I felt as an offense that we needed to go out there and hit them in the mouth. The three years I’ve been here, they’ve had our number…we just felt like we really had to go out there and be aggressive.” – Terry Glenn
“They played like they wanted it more than we did. Everybody on that team, from the coach to the kicker, wanted to win that game. We didn’t really take it to heart, to hit them in the mouth like they hit us in the mouth.” – Terry Glenn
“I’m a ten-year vet now. I pretty much want to go out and win football games.” – Terry Glenn
“I knew if I got a chance to play with Favre, and play in this green and gold uniform, it’d be [a] chance that I probably would never see again, … I don’t know what they were missing [at receiver] last year, but whatever it is, I’m hoping I can fill that void.” – Terry Glenn
“Brett, you can just go talk to him.” – Terry Glenn
“Things had to happen that way for me to be here in Green Bay, … I did not want to be in New England last year. There was an opportunity for me to go out ot New England, and I had to go for it. .. I’m here for a reason. This is the best place for me. This is good for me right here.” – Terry Glenn