Came across below article re Jag signing of CB Aaron Glenn. If this article is accurate, Glenn is their #5 CB but could compete for the nickle job. As #5 CB, Glenn probably getting NFL minimum. BTW: During Jerry Jones interview, he was queried re cutting Glenn. While Jones lauded Glenn as team player, he did state that Glenn appeared lose a step & they felt Reeves was now better then Glenn. Went on to talk about how they carefully scrutinized every single ball coming their way (Glenn & Reeves) and what each did; team felt Reeves had better chance to make a play. For the record, I read in Dallas media a few days ago that one of the coaches had talked to Reeves about playing too far off the ball/need to play more aggressively. It was clear Glenn's performance against Houston hurt him badly and he didn't regroup enough against Minny (supposedly Reeves played at least just as well in that game). We'll see against Giants if Cowboys did right or major screwup. But then again even if Reeves doesn't play great, would Glenn have played any better? Veteran Glenn aboard Jags as fifth cornerback By on September 4, 2007 11:25 AM Permalink | Comments (0) | Email | RSS | addthis_url = location.href; addthis_title = document.title; addthis_pub = 'redline1488'; The Jacksonville Jaguars made a couple of last-minute moves yesterday, signing cornerback Aaron Glenn and releasing offensive guard Tutan Reyes. Commentary: Long-tenured veteran Glenn joined the Jaguars just two days after his release from the Dallas Cowboys, with whom he had played for two seasons. A two-time Pro Bowler, Glenn has played a total of 13 seasons with the New York Jets, Houston Texans and Cowboys. Glenn is the fifth CB on Jacksonville's roster and may compete with Terry Cousin in the nickel formation.