Wide receiver Terry Glenn has reportedly been suspended again by the Patriots for "conduct detrimental to the team" according to a story by Peter King of CNNSI.com.
After being listed as probable for Sunday's game with the Jets on the team's injury report, Glenn did not practice on Wednesday. He has not practiced with the team since playing against San Diego in Week Five, his only appearance of the season.
Glenn claims to have a hamstring injury. The Patriots expected him to be able to do more work in practice this week. In a television appearance the night of New England's victory over New Orleans, Glenn indicated to WBZ-TV's Bob Lobel that his hamstring could be healed if his signing bonus was not being withheld by the team because Glenn violated off-the-field behavior clauses included in the contract signed just last year.
After Glenn was suspended by the league for four games for a substance related violation, the team tried to put Glenn on the reserve/left camp list on Aug. 15 after he left the team. An arbitrator ruled that Glenn should be allowed to return, and he did for the fifth game of the season.
After catching seven passes, including a touchdown, to help the Patriots beat the Chargers, Glenn complained of a hamstring problem during practice the next week. He hasn't returned to action since.
Head Coach Bill Belichick will announce the suspension at his press conference today, scheduled for 10:45 a.m. Be sure to listen to it live at Patriots.com.