While there is no official word yet, ESPN and Fox News reported late last night that the Dallas Cowboys are going to cut Wide Receiver and Chief Derision Officer Terrell Owens. Good. If I want drama, I'll watch American Idol.
The situation in Dallas is beginning to make sense.
It was announced this week that Michael Irvin is going to host a reality television show involving the Dallas Cowboys. Twelve wannabe football players will compete for a spot on the Dallas Cowboys' opening eighty person training camp roster.
Today's Dallas Cowboys rumor is that it will be announced tomorrow (Saturday, January 17th) that Jason Garrett will be named the new head coach of the St. Louis Rams
Much of the shine that Garrett had after last season has been tarnished. It would not surprise me if Jerry wasn't as keen to keep him with the Cowboys as he was last season.
The rumors and grumblings are growing within the Dallas Cowboys locker room that wide receiver Terrell Owens needs to be let go. I know I wouldn't shed a tear if he were given his papers.
If this year proved anything, it's how critical chemistry is to a professional team. Looking strictly at the talent level in Dallas, they should have made a run deep into the playoffs. Instead, the team never really came together as a unit, and they didn't make the playoffs, finishing the season with a humiliating loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Dallas Morning News is reporting that former Texas Longhorn Roy Williams has been traded from Detroit to Dallas. Dallas gives Detroit their 1st, 3rd and 6th round draft picks next year, while Detroit gives Dallas their 7th round pick.
That’s a considerable amount to give up, although the move puts Roy and TO split wide in the same offense, and moves Patrick Crayton back to the slot where he should be more effective. With this receiving corps (don’t …