Following the walk-through, Glenn ran routes for several minutes with rookie quarterback Craig Nall throwing him short passes.
"I did a lot of running today, so we'll see (Monday) if it swells up or anything," Glenn said.
Glenn brought an injury-riddled past with him when he arrived in Green Bay from New England this offseason. Considered worth the risk to give Brett Favre a worthy target, Glenn has had little chance to prove his chemistry with the QB so far.
First came a hyperextended right knee during the first week of practice. Then Glen suffered a more serious injury when he sprained his left knee on Aug. 7.
"When he went down, to be honest with you, I thought he was down for the year," Favre said. "It looked nasty. And I don't think anyone can question whether or not he's hurt in that situation. I'm surprised he got up. And I'm surprised that there's a chance he may play this week.
Despite the optimism surrounding the receiver's return, Favre said he doesn't think playing tonight is a make-or-break proposition for Glenn and the Packers.
"Now, whether he does or not, I don't think is that drastic," he said. "We still have another week and Terry's been around. The experience part of it is there and he's played and he wants to play.
"What we have to do is keep him healthy," Favre said. "The timing factor with Terry and me is an important factor, but we can get that done. I just want him coming back healthy and confident that he can help this team because we really need him."