Glenn out for season with foot injury

IRVING, Texas -- Dallas Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn will miss the rest of the season after being placed on the injured reserve Saturday because of a foot injury.

Glenn is the third Cowboys starter to be put on injured reserve
this season, joining tight end Dan Campbell and cornerback Pete
Hunter. Two rookies, offensive lineman Stephen Peterman and
cornerback Bruce Thornton, are also on the season-ending list.

Glenn tore ligaments in his left foot in Sunday's 41-20 loss at
Green Bay. Coach Bill Parcells initially said the injury as
"pretty severe'' and that Glenn, who had 24 catches for 400 yards,
would miss at least two games.

With receiver Quincy Morgan hampered by a strained hamstring,
the Cowboys signed receivers Patrick Crayton and Terrance Copper
from their practice squad.

The Cowboys released defensive tackle Chad Eaton to make room on
their 53-man roster for the rookie receivers. Eaton played in all
six games, starting the opener when Leo Carson was suspended, and
had 10 tackles.