No more shenanigans.
ESPN's Michael Smith is reporting that the Dallas Cowboys have cut wide receiver Terrell Owens after three seasons in Dallas.
There is very little information about this out right now (it hasn't even been mentioned on dallascowboys.com yet) but I will probably write something a little more extensive once I find out more.
My initial response is shock and uncertainty. I definitely wouldn't say I'm thrilled about this, despite Owens' off-the-field issues. The Cowboys just let a pro-bowler go and anytime that happens, it's hard to pick up the slack.
In my mind, this makes it more likely that the Cowboys will try to get a WR in the first few rounds of the draft and it also puts a lot more pressure on Roy Williams (the WR) to perform.
I know that the Cowboys will take a $9 million dollar hit on this. It sucks knowing we're paying him $9 million to not catch touchdowns.
Well, the hunt is now on to replace 69 catches / 1,052 yards / 10 touchdowns.
How're you feeling, Miles Austin / Sam Hurd?
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