Discussion in 'The National Football League' started by hookinreds, Mar 4, 2009.
more to follow.
Best Move the Cowboys could make.
addition by subtraction
Wow, didn't think Jerry would do this. I know there our rivals but I'm happy that they got rid of him...he's a great player but a cancer nonetheless...Maybe Detroit should pick him up...
But Drew said he would not be released after signing his new deal.
Return to Philly?!
Damn, the Cowgirls have been making so many moves in the last 2 years that support my disgust, but this one is actually smart......
Imagine a Schaub to T.O. connection!!!!
Ahh the cowgirls..possible destinations?
Now, let's just all wait for TO's Sunday Conversation. This is where he spills his guts about everything that is wrong with the Cowboys, Ed Werder, Jerrah, and Romo. Damnit, I can't wait.
Terrell Owens will be in San Diego or the New York Giants.
Now - watch that billionaire hillbilly take two steps back by trading up to the top 10 and taking Crabtree.
There is NO way the Giants pick up TO. I say he goes to the Raiders the place where so many careers go to die.
There is no way? With how Plaxico playing out, there really is no way?
Tampa Bay Bucs. They have a lot of cap space.
Earnest Graham & Derrick Ward at RB
Clayton and T.O. at WR
All they need is Jay Cutler who is ready to get out, or figure out something else at QB.
Few teams would make the room for him. Tampa Bay has the space, right?
What does TB have to offer for Cutler? If you said no one, then you're right.
Because they are not the type of organization that would sign him. Plax has done some idiotic things off of the field however is not the type of guy to cause chaos in the locker room (calling out the QB, other players, backstabbing the team to the media, etc). Plax will probably be back with the Giants next season barring legalities.
Whomever signs TO is going to be either really stupid or desperate.
"The Dallas Cowboys released wide receiver Terrell Owens on Wednesday night according to a source.
Owens was informed of the decision by team officials, who said the team had decided to go in a different direction.
Over the last few weeks, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about the status of Owens by reporters.
Jones refused to say whether Owens would get cut but hinted two weeks ago he might keep the receiver.
Multiple sources said team officials were talking about releasing Owens for the last several days but as of Wednesday afternoon no final decision was made.
The Cowboys will take roughly a $9 million cap hit with the release of Owens.
Owens did not return a call seeking comment, nor did his agent Drew Rosenhaus. "
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