IRVING, Texas, Dec. 12 (UPI) -- Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terry Glenn Wednesday returned to practice for the first time since undergoing right-knee surgery in September.
He underwent arthroscopic surgery twice in September after suffering cartilage damage to the knee as well as having a cyst removed.
Team owner Jerry Jones Wednesday did not announce timetable for Glenn's return to game action, but told reporters there is "a chance" Glenn could play Dec. 22 against the Carolina Panthers.
"He's just another deep threat," fellow receiver Terrell Owens told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
"Terry is an anomaly," said quarterback Tony Romo. "He's a guy that really can't be covered one-on-one. If it's the old Terry Glenn, this guy is unbelievable."
Glenn, 34, is coming off consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons with the Cowboys, his third NFL team.
He also has played for New England (1996-2001) and Green Bay (2002).
In his career, the former Ohio State star has scored 44 touchdowns on 593 receptions for 8,823 yards.