OXNARD, Calif. -- Three more draft picks signed with the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday, leaving only veteran receiver Terry Glenn and the team's two first-round picks unsigned as they reported to California for training camp.
Glenn has refused to sign an injury waiver that would reduce his salary from $1.74 million to $500,000 if he hurt his right knee again and was unable to play. The 34-year-old receiver wasn't scheduled to be on the team's charter flight from Texas on Thursday.
Second-round pick Martellus Bennett from Texas A&M was among those who signed Thursday. Also signing were fourth-round pick Tashard Choice, a running back from Georgia Tech, and sixth-round pick Erik Walden from Middle Tennessee State.
Cornerback Orlando Scandrick signed a four-year contract Wednesday, making the fifth-round pick from Boise State the first of the Cowboys' draft selections to sign.
Glenn didn't play until the regular season finale last season, when he got a $5 million roster bonus, after having two operations on this right knee.