BREAKING: Terry Glenn Jr., son of late Cowboys receiver, dead at 22 after chilling final Twitter posts

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Terry Glenn Jr., the son of former Cowboys wide receiver Terry Glenn, was found dead at his Ohio home Thursday from an apparent accidental drug overdose.

Glenn Jr., 22, was found in his bathroom while he was celebrating Thanksgiving with his family, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.

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His father, who played with the Cowboys from 2003 to the end of his career in 2006, was killed two years ago in a single-car crash in Irving while he was driving on State Highway 114 and struck a concrete barrier.

In his final Twitter posts on Thursday morning, just hours before his family found him dead, Glenn Jr. was mourning his father.  He wrote, “Thanksgiving was my dads favorite game to play in as a Cowboy 😔 and you best believe ya boy was always right there in the stands.”

In a second post, Glenn Jr. added, “I miss him so much. ☝🏽 this time of the year is the hardest by far man… this was his holiday and the last one got cut short right before we were allllll gonna be together… really just wonder why.”

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