Dec 20, 2008; Irving, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens (81) reacts after an incomplete pass against the Baltimore Ravens at Texas Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Tim Heitman-US PRESSWIRE

Poll: Should The Cowboys Sign Terrell Owens As Their Third Wideout?


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Should The Cowboys Sign Terrell Owens As Their Third Wideout?

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Dboyz62 David Perez

    I say give him a shot.

  • californy

    TO is the hardest working best condition WR in the NFL, he also number 2 all time in yardage. I personnel dont like his drama, but I love the player. TO has average 1028 yards per season, the year he flunk out in Cincy his number were better than any receiver we had here in Dallas last year. The third best Receiver last year got 33 million 5 year contract from Jacksonville. TO number were better last time he played and he will get a veteran minimum instead. It a no brainer about TO. Most people who dislike TO are clueless about real football number, when TO was here we were a winning team.

  • Dboy76

    I don’t care how many yards or TDs he can get he IS and ALWAYS will be a CANCER keep him as far away from the Cowboys as possible. I would rather lose every game this year without him than win SB with him. Yes I admit he WAS a good WR but he aint worth the trouble he would cause…….

    • californy

      Dboy76 Your hatred toward this man is your cancer. becareful with such negative feelings. It can never be a good thing. For the record I hate losing and will do just about anything short of killing someone to win.

      • Eric

        Then be patient. We can’t be like the ’95 49er’s and buy our team for a year to win a Super Bowl. Give Garrett the time to build a team that wins Super Bowls perrenially.

  • Eric

    No, no, no, no, no. This would be a mistake. @b26ae1ebec6c852541dbeb2eb2e563d6:disqus I don’t doubt his production. But if he produces so well for teams, why is he getting booted out? He’s a locker room nightmare. He is extremely selfish and disruptive. He’s also a very negative influence on young players. You understand that Garrett is trying to bring in RKOG’s, not TO’s or OCHO’s. He doesn’t care about production if the player is going to tear the team apart as TO has previously done. TO has burnt that bridge. The only person who could have any positive say for him is JJ, and I think everyone can tell that although JJ has the title, Garrett is running the show as GM, Head Coach, and Offensive Coordinator/ Playcaller. If Garrett doesn’t want TO, TO won’t be had. Now I would only approve his signing if all else fails. If the young guys at WR lose the confidence of Romo and/ or Garrett, then maybe pick up TO for a minimum 1 year contract. Though I doubt that with all the young talent we have that we won’t find at least on guy to step up and fill in the role. Might not replicate Robinson’s numbers, but definitely contribute.