Terrell Owens on Twitter: Blame Tony Romo and Jason Garrett

Former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens is on Twitter, the social networking site that allows a few characters of an update.

Apparently, Owens was responding to a fan on his Twitter site. The fan said he was mad about Owens’ departure from Dallas. Owens responded that the blame should go to quarterback Tony Romo and offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.

As Fanhouse rightly points out, and it is something none of us really need to be reminded about, but this is the same Owens who cried at the podium, proclaiming “That’s my quarterback” after an embarrassing loss to the New York Giants in the playoffs. Suddenly, Romo’s no longer is quarterback.

I doubt this gets too ugly because Romo doesn’t have Twitter.

Fanhouse

Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Terrell Owens, Terrell Owens On Twitter, Terrell Owens Tweets, Tony Romo

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