Glenn to retire a Texan

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Cornerback Aaron Glenn, who played for the Texans from 2002-04 during a 15-year NFL career, will sign a one-day contract to retire as a Texan. He'll be joined by Texans owner Bob McNair and general manager Rick Smith in a press conference at Reliant Stadium tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. CT (UPDATE (7/28, 10:06 a.m.):The press conference will be streamed live on Texans TV).

Glenn grew up in Humble, a suburb of Houston, and played collegiately at Texas A&M. He was a first-round draft pick in 1994 of the New York Jets, with whom he remained until signing with the expansion Texans in 2002. In three seasons in Houston, he started 43 games and recorded 11 interceptions. He was one of the franchise's first two Pro Bowlers in 2002 along with defensive end Gary Walker.

In his career, Glenn played in 205 games with 176 starts during stints with the Jets, Texans, Dallas Cowboys (2005-06), Jacksonville Jaguars (2007) and New Orleans Saints (2008). He had 41 career interceptions, six defensive touchdowns and 638 tackles.

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