IRVING, Texas (Nov. 9, 2006) -- Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn missed practice for a second straight day, making his status for Week 10 uncertain.
Bill Parcells said Glenn was still considered probable, but the coach conceded Glenn probably won't play Nov. 12 at Arizona if he doesn't practice Nov. 10.
"Glenn isn't out," Parcells said. "So let's cross that bridge when we come to it."
Glenn's injury has been listed as a quadriceps problem. Parcells said more specifically the receiver has irritation of the lining under the kneecap.
"Well, that's where the attachments are," Parcells said. "That's why I put quad."
Glenn has 36 catches for 456 yards and four touchdowns, second best on the team behind Terrell Owens (44-558-6). Glenn hasn't missed a game since a right foot injury kept him out of the final 10 games in 2004.
If Glenn doesn't play, rookies Sam Hurd seems the likely choice to take over that spot. Parcells said he wants Patrick Crayton to remain in the No. 3 receiver slot and play 30-35 plays in the game.