ESPN: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has struck down a Janua...

ESPN: Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has struck down a January report
that indicated the team was set during the offseason to discuss
the possible release of WR Terrell Owens. Jones, speaking to
reporters late Saturday at a downtown hotel in Indy, where the NFL
Combine is being held, expressed anger over a Jan. 14 report by Ed
Werder. "That Stephen and I were debating about Terrell, that's
just misinformation," Jones said regarding his son, Cowboys VP
Stephen Jones. "That's just not accurate. I don't know where that
comes from. That's just total misinformation. At least 2 sources
told Werder that Stephen Jones would attempt to convince his
father that Owens should be finished with the Cowboys. The Cowboys
paid Owens a $12 million signing bonus just last year, included as
part of a new 4-year, $34 million deal. "I think we all know that
chemistry is the problem with this team more than the schemes or
anything else," a Cowboys source told Werder. "Are we going to
continue to allow talent to outweigh everything else in the
decisions we make with players and putting the roster together?
"We're like the Redskins used to be when they signed every player
they wanted. There's more to it than talent. It has to be more
about the team."

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