Dallas Morning News: The Cowboys have released wide rec...

Dallas Morning News: The Cowboys have released wide receiver
Terrell Owens. Owens spent the last three seasons with Dallas, and
played in 16 games in 2008, making 69 catches for 1,052 yards and
10 touchdowns as the Cowboys missed out on the playoffs. Despite
cracking the 1,000-yard mark, it was Owens' lowest output in
catches and yardage in a Cowboys uniform, and in any full season
since 1999. "Terrell Owens was a very productive player who
performed at a very high level for all three of his years here in
Dallas," said Cowboys owner Jerry Jones. "But we have made a
decision to move forward without him. "In the aftermath of the
season, we talked about change. Some of what is changing involves
the process, and some of it involves people. This is a decision
that was made based on upon consideration for an entire team. We
will move on now with a team -- a new attitude -- and into a new
stadium. The evaluation process and the prospect for change will
continue at every level of the organization."

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