Glenn out for the season

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Cornerback Aaron Glenn joined fellow Pro Bowler Gary Walker on the Texans' injured reserve list, putting an end to a frustrating 2003 season for Houston's most experienced player.

Glenn suffered a groin injury against Jacksonville on Sept. 28, causing him to miss the next two games. Glenn returned Oct. 26 at Indianapolis and fought the injury through the month of November. But he re-injured it in the first half of this past week's rematch with the Jaguars and sat out the second half.

Glenn finished the season with 29 tackles, one interception and 16 passes defensed. His 11 starts marked the fewest in his 10 NFL seasons.

The Texans now have 14 players on injured reserve, including four defensive players (Glenn, defensive end Walker, nose tackle Seth Payne and free safety Matt Stevens) who started all 16 games last season.

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