TNT are now like brothers. At least that's what Owens said. It's the feel good story of the season; Lifetime Television is planning to make a movie, TNT will be doing a speaking tour after the season teaching love and acceptance everywhere.
"He's like a big kid sometimes," Glenn said. "He's like everybody else. People have fault with him because they see him on TV and you assume he's one way. But you get around him here with his teammates, and he's a good guy who laughs and wants to have fun."
And who is Terry Glenn?
"He's like my brother," Owens said. "Almost like me, very private, a good dude. He tells you how he feels."
When Owens suffered an accidental overdose of pain medication and dietary supplements in late September, he received a text message from Glenn: "Hey kid, you OK?"
I feel a good cry coming on.
Romo is from Wisconsin and doesn't like cheese. Good thing; or Parcells would be calling him a nitwit.
The trick for the Cowboys is to not bite into it. Any of it.
"That's the way this landscape is in pro football now," coach Bill Parcells said. "That's the way it is. Only a nitwit would believe [the hype]. At this point. So I don't think I have any nitwits on my team."
"I don't quite understand what his motivation is, or what his lack of motivation is in those type of situations. I'm pretty sure I'm going to try to see what it is and try to see if I can talk to him about it.
"He's too great of a player to have people look at him and think he's a quitter. Don't be labeled as a guy who's a sometimes player, I-play-when-I-want-to type of attitude. He's too good for that."
Good times over at the Giants complex this week.