Of all the former players Bill Parcells could have brought in to join him with the Cowboys, WR Terry Glenn might have been one of the least likely. Instead, he's the first.
Parcells traded for the receiver he once derisively called "she," giving up an undisclosed draft pick to acquire him from the Packers. Glenn restructured his contract, getting a five-year deal tailored to help the Cowboys' salary cap.
The Cowboys also re-signed OL Flozell Adams to a five-year, $25 million contract. Although Adams received a $10 million signing bonus, his cap figure for the upcoming season could be $2.5 million.
Meantime, the Packers acquired CB Al Harris from the Eagles.
Harris, 28, spent last season as nickel back in an Eagles defense that was fourth in the league, allowing 297.1 yards a game. Harris played all 16 games with 25 tackles and one interception.
The Bills made two moves, signing LB Jeff Posey (eight sacks last year with the Texans) and acquiring TE Mark Campbell in a trade with Cleveland. The Browns received a 2004 draft choice in return.
The Giants made what was considered a priority move, re-signing T Luke Petitgout two hours before he could have become a free agent. Petitgout said he had no real desire to leave New York.
-- From News Services