According to sources, the former NFL wide receiver Terry Glen died at the age of 43, after a car accident. The accident took place on early Monday morning in Irving, Texas. As per the TMZ reports, he was ejected from his car and announced death on arrival. He was accompanied by a person, believed to be his fiancee, is being treated at local hospital.
He was the best player of the college football team of Ohio state. He played 6 seasons for New England Patriots. Glenn also caught Tom Brady’s first touchdown pass for his team in the year 2001. After that, he joined the Green Bay Packers and remain there for one year. Then, he moved to the Dallas Cowboys and spent the final years of his football career.
Glenn’s team and his teammates took social media for paying tribute to him. On Instagram, the former Patriots quarterback Drew Bledsoe, wrote, “Loved this man. My son asked me a decade ago who my favorite receiver ever was because he wanted that jersey for Christmas. He got a Terry Glenn jersey from Santa. TG overcame horrible adversity to become a really good man. May your soul rest in peace my friend.”
On Twitter, Patriots tweeted, “We are deeply saddened to learn of the loss of Terry Glenn. Our thoughts & prayers are with his family, friends & former teammates.”. Dallas added, “We are saddened by the loss of Terry Glenn. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.”.
Glenn’s former teammate Jet Damien Woody, wrote, “Man…..#RIP to my former teammate Terry Glenn, who passed away this morning due to a car accident. Praying for his family,”. Donald Driver, who played for Green Packers, tweeted, “My heart is hurting to hear about the passing of my good friend and teammate T.G aka Terry Glenn. Prayers go out to his family.”