Dallas Morning News: Terrell Owens said he doesn't want...

Dallas Morning News: Terrell Owens said he doesn't want to create
controversy. Yet that's what the individual meetings Owens,
Patrick Crayton and Roy Williams had with OC Jason Garrett may
have done. The three wideouts met with Garrett at Valley Ranch on
Monday to voice their concerns about the offense. Each receiver
talked about the quality and number of throws they receive. They
also discussed the number of passes quarterback Tony Romo has
thrown to tight end Jason Witten. Multiple sources said several
players are upset with Romo's practice habits, which they say
include forcing throws to Witten and throwing interceptions.
Sources close to Witten and Romo said they were taken aback by an
ESPN report that said they hold private meetings to create plays.

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