Wide receiver Terry Glenn met with Head Coach Bill Belichick Wednesday evening and hopes to play this weekend, according to published reports.
According to both the Boston Globe and Boston Herald the coach and player met to discuss how to handle the player's situation with the team. Glenn told the Globe he was surprised at how the meeting went and he felt positive, but "nervous" about how this week would go.
Glenn also said nothing was guaranteed to him in terms of playing time, but that it would be up to him to show in practice that he would be ready to contribute to the team.
Belichick did not want to get into the Glenn situation at his press conference Wednesday and was not quoted in either story Thursday. He did say he would provide an update when he had one, which should come today when he has his daily press conference with the media. Be sure to listen to his comments live here on Patriots.com at 10:45 a.m.
Browns injury change
Cleveland running back James Jackson (ankle) was upped to probable on the Browns injury report Wednesday.
The rest of Cleveland's list is as follows: defensive end Courtney Brown doubtful with an ankle injury, linebacker Tarik Saleh is out with a hip injury, and defensive back Percy Ellsworth (quadriceps) and wide receiver Jammi German (knee) are both questionable.
New England has a much shorter injury list this week, with only defensive end Willie McGinest (leg) and wide receiver Charles Johnson (flu) making the cut.