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Cowboys receiver Glenn lost to foot injury

IRVING, Texas, Oct. 30 (UPI) -- The Dallas Cowboys leading receiver, Terry Glenn, was placed on injured reserve Saturday with a foot injury.

Glenn, who spent the past week in a cast, tore ligaments in his left foot in last Sunday's loss in Green Bay.

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It had been hoped Glenn would be out for only two weeks, but his recovery time is now estimated at two months.

Glenn has 24 receptions for 400 yards and two touchdowns this season

"We're going to miss Terry Glenn," said Dallas quarterback Vinny Testaverde. "But, we have to move on."

Receiver Quincy Morgan, acquired from Cleveland for Antonio Bryant, strained his hamstring in his Cowboys debut against the Packers and is not expectred to play Sunday against Detroit.

Keyshawn Johnson, Dedric Ward and Randal Williams are the only receivers with experience on the Cowboys' roster.

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