Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terry Glenn has died at the young age of 43.
The Cowboys star passed away at Dallas' Parkland Memorial Hospital early Monday morning, after getting into a fatal accident around 12:18 a.m., ESPN reported. The cause of the crash is still under investigation.
After winning the Biletnikoff Award as college football's best wide receiver in 1995, Glenn went on to play for the New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, and Dallas Cowboys.
— Troy Hughes™ (@TommySledge) November 20, 2017
During his tenure in the NFL, Glenn had 593 receptions for 8,823 yards and 44 touchdowns and caught Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's first NFL touchdown pass, Bleacher Report noted.
Following his death, a number of former players have tweeted about their late teammate and friend:
Incredibly sad to hear about my buddy Terry Glenn. Overcame a ton of adversity to become an excellent person. May your soul rest in peace my friend. #riptg88
— Drew Bledsoe (@DrewBledsoe) November 20, 2017
I’m speechless. My @Patriots Class Of ‘96 teammate and hands down most talented natural athlete I’ve seen in person. Terry kept to himself but was a good Dude with a big smile that lit up the room when it came out. #RIP #Patriots https://t.co/xk5HCng1gj
— Lawyer Milloy (@LawyerMilloy) November 20, 2017
As more information comes in on Glenn's death, Independent Journal Review will keep you posted.