IRVING, Texas (WTVN)--According to multiple reports, former Ohio State Wide Receiver Terry Glenn has died.
Sports Illustrated, and other media outlets, report that Glenn died as a result of a car crash Monday morning in Irving, Texas.
Reports say Glenn was driving the vehicle when it lost control, and Glenn was ejected on impact. A passenger in the vehicle survived, but was taken to the hospital for treatment.
After starring at Brookhaven high School in Columbus, Glenn was a star Wide receiver for the scarlet and grey from 1993 to 1995, being named a 1st-team All-American and 1st-team All Big Ten in 1995.
He was drafted in the 1st round by the New England Patriots in 1996, and his 90 receptions that year were the most by a rookie in NFL history at the time.
He also caught the first-career touchdown pass by Tom Brady in 2001.
Glenn also spent time with the Green bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys in his career, before retiring after the 2006 season.
Glenn was 43. He is survived by his three children.
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