Do you cheer? Or cringe?
It may be an answer you will have to consider sooner than later.
Owens, one of the best receivers in the National Football League, will be released by the Philadelphia Eagles before 3 p.m. today in a move that will save Philadelphia money and face. Because of his immense talent, there will be suitors. Because of his history of criticizing quarterbacks and ripping apart locker rooms with his wildfire ego, here's hoping the Cowboys aren't one of them.
But, alas, they are, at least on some level. Owens has visited the Denver Broncos, received feelers from the Kansas City Chiefs and flirted from Dallas, with coach Bill Parcells lunching with agent Drew Rosenhaus at last month's scouting combine in Indy. The Cowboys should re-sign receiver Keyshawn Johnson, who's not the perfect role model by any means, but he'll catch, he'll block, and, most of the time, he'll put team before self, which is something Owens has never done. It's shameful to sell your soul to the devil, even if he's wearing the right jersey. --Richie Whitt