Parcells's Exit Means Owens Almost Certainly Stays in Dallas
The departure of Coach Bill Parcells from the Dallas Cowboys virtually ensures that wide receiver Terrell Owens will be with the team next season.
Owens is one season into a three-year, $25 million contract with the Cowboys. Owner Jerry Jones pushed for him to be signed and Parcells lived with his presence for one season. It's unclear if Parcells would have been willing to try to coexist with Owens for a second season. But now, with Parcells gone, it's likely that Jones will tell any incoming coach that Owens is part of the deal.
By Mark Maske |
January 23, 2007; 11:00 AM ET
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