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“I haven’t stopped receiving phone calls,” he added. “People keep calling me. They know I’m at work and they just keep calling. It’s definitely a good experience. Glad to be back home, around my family. I feel a lot more comfortable, more at home, that home feeling.”
Glasgow hasn’t yet scheduled his surgery but has been hanging around the locker room since suffering his injury Sunday in the fourth quarter at Carolina.
The second-year player had appeared in all three of the Bengals’ games this season and had shown progress from his rookie season, recording 11 tackles in the first three games.
“It’s tough,” Glasgow said. “I thought I was playing a lot better than last year. I thought I took a bunch of positive steps as a player, but there’s not much you can do about it. It happens. Occupational hazard. It’s just part of the job.”