Cowboys, Owens Agree To Four-Year Deal

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It looks as if T.O. and the Cowboys have decided to keep their marriage intact.  The “Dallas Morning News” reports the Cowboys and wide receiver Terrell Owens have agreed to a four-year deal that runs through the 2011 season.  Owens was entering the final year of a three-year, 25-million-dollar deal he signed in 2006.  Owens, a six-time Pro Bowler, had 81 catches for 1,355 yards and 15 touchdowns last season.  In 12 NFL seasons with the 49ers, Eagles and Cowboys, the 34-year-old Owens has amassed 882 catches for 13,070 yards and 129 touchdowns.

Last season Owens added a dimension to the Cowboys offense that was sorely needed.  If he can stay healthy, which is always in question, he should play well again in 2008 to justify the new deal.  He and QB Tony Romo have developed a good combo on the field, and while Owens has in the past allowed trouble to brew when things don’t go his way, he should stay happy in Big D for the remainder of his career.  


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2 Responses to “Cowboys, Owens Agree To Four-Year Deal”

  1. Robert Smith says:

    Any idea how much his new contract is for?

  2. Joe Spang says:

    I think it was smart for the Cowboys to lock in T.O. now before the contract ran out and he turned the negotiations into a spectacle again.