Terrell Owens Slams ESPN More

Martellus Bennett, the Dallas Cowboys rookie tight end, and Terrell Owens were on a very entertaining Inside the Huddle today.

Owens denied he ever got into a squabble with Jason Witten. Bennett said he was getting text messages about it all week and told his friends that he never saw it and had no idea anything happened.

“It was sad that we had to go through that at the end of the week,” Owens said.

Bennett said Owens is a “great teammate,” a “great person” and works harder at practice than anyone. But the discussion quickly moved to the reports of ESPN’s Ed Werder and the locker room turmoil.

“I am mad at the anonymous player,” Owens said. For me to hear other journalists that is in our locker room everyday that it may be coaches or players, that bothers me.”

Bennett interrupted and said that’s the last you will hear Owens talk about the situation. They are focused on the Eagles. Owens said he is looking forward to playing the Eagles.

Is he shocked that that the Cowboys are in this position? Owens said he is, but they’ve had a shot to win in most of their losses, except the first game against the Giants and that pitiful game against the Rams.

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Ed Werder And Dallas Cowboys, ESPN, Inside The Huddle, Martellus Bennett, Terrell Owens

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