Originally Posted by Charles
Very Interesting. Terry Glenn is listed as 5'-11" 193lb. I'll argue when soaked he weighs about 190lb at the beginning of training camp. I think during the season Glenn plays at 180-185lb range.
I am looking forward to seeing how "little"
bigger Glenn has got. I think back to Antonio Bryant from his rookie to 2nd year. He looked much smaller in year 2 but weighed 10-15lb more.
If Glenn was able to get into the 205-210LB range, doesn't lose speed, increased his strength and power,..... am thinking he's poised for a Pro Bowl year. Wr in that mold are usually unstoppable. Joey Galloway the size (197-205LB), speed and power. Donte Stallworth........200lb and blazing speed.
[View Full Quote]I always thought Glenn had chicken legs. If he's bulked up I'd suspect he's gotten much stronger legs. If Glenn and Morgan can provide a consistent deep threat, it will boost the starting QBs confidence and open up the game for Witten, Key and most importantly Julius Jones.
Charles, Terry bulked up LAST year. Just how much muscle he put on his upper body he demonstrated on that BET sports show last fall in a gym segment in which he bragged about "my chicken wings". (telecast one week before he was injured). If he claims he is a "little bigger" this year, it's probably a very little. He was more powerful upper body wise last season than he has even been.
Last year Tuna mentioned in a pc TG was in great shape - but I doubt his frame can get much more muscular sans steroids, and I know we don't want that..
You're wrong tho, my friend, about chicken LEGS. One of T's perrenial problems has been hamstrings and at least in NE it was thought he was perhaps TOO built up there...that he was stretching mother nature too far. His ability to elevate has to be tied to leg strength..I am no expert on such matters but his amazing vertical leap doesn't spell chicken.
PS I think this pic taken in Green Bay proves the chicken was never on the bottom.