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Ricky Williams' run for redemption (with poll); Terry Glenn headed to Dolphins?

Aaa1ricky      My latest column, online now and in Wednesday's paper, is on Ricky Williams' remarkable comeback from suspended, vilified Dolphins castoff to a man poised to be a significant player in 2008. Click here for the column.

     Williams is a lightning-rod personality evoking strong opinions on both sides, but I sense Dolfans have rallied around him and support him strongly, putting aside any past anger regarding his drug suspensions or his quitting the team. Am I right?

     Partake of The Daily Poll and add a comment on how you feel about Ricky. Do you trust him? What kind of season do you expect from him?       

     [Wednesday night poll update: Man, you people looovvve Ricky, don't you!?]

Aaa1glenn2_2    Also, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram cites two sources in reporting that ex-Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn is "expected" to sign with Miami. Click here to read the story.

     Signing Glenn, waived Friday and a free agent, would be a low-risk Band-Aid on a thinness at the Dolphins' wideout spot, although it hardly is in keeping with Miami's rebuilding motif to sign a 34-year-old receiver coming off a season lost almost entirely to a knee injury.

     Bottom line? Solid move, obviously assuming his knee is good. You get, for very little, a guy with four 1,000-yard seasons including back-to-backers in 2005-06. Click here to review Glenn's year-by-year and career stats.

     The signing would be predictable because Dolphins major domo Bill Parcells previously coached Glenn in both New England and Dallas. Tuna once infamously referred to the rookie Glenn as "she." A decade later, if Glenn is healthy, she'll help the Dolphins.

     Thoughts invited on the supposed Glenn move, and of course on Ricky.