First, some guys over at the CowboysZone Forum have a post reporting that Randy Galloway said the following. (I'm still looking for other confirmation sources)
- Mike Vanderjagt was in Dallas today and that an offer was made but the agent or Vanderjagt haven't responded yet.
- Keyshawn thinks there's a chance he will return to Dallas, so far New England and Carolina have shown an interest.
- Larry Allen's departure is imminent, the sides haven't even discussed a new deal yet.
Speaking of Keyshawn, we saved $2.5 million by releasing him. Keyshawn is out selling himself in true Key fashion. Check him out covering all the angles in this article.
In the radio interview, Johnson also said there was a good chance he would re-sign with the Dallas Cowboys, who released him Tuesday in a salary cap move.
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The Broncos and Cowboys appear to have the most interest in Owens, with the Chiefs running a distant third. You can bet that Owens' agent, Drew Rosenhaus, wants to get some other teams involved in the negotiations to drive up his price.
The theory that the Chiefs are losing interest is backed up by KFFL.com.
Chiefs | No plans to meet with Owens
Wed, 15 Mar 2006 16:17:00 -0800
Adam Teicher, of the Kansas City Star, reports Kansas City Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards said the team had no plans to meet with free agent WR Terrell Owens (Eagles). "We haven't had that conversation," said Edwards. "We haven't talked about it. We don't know what that situation is, so we'll just have to see. We haven't talked to his people since the Senior Bowl (in January). Nothing has transpired since that. We're open to listening to everybody."