Mickey Spags brings us some interesting tidbits on dallascowboys.com, including this quote from Terry Glenn about his extension.
Glenn tied for the league lead with an average of 18.3 yards per catch. That's one sweet average. By comparison, Owens averaged 16.2 yards. As BTB regular Terry always reminds us, with teams now doubling Owens, Terry Glenn has the chance to put together a spectacular year - if our line can block for Bledsoe.
Update [2006-3-28 0:4:7 by Grizz]: AdamJT13 over at the cowboyszone.com says this about TG's contract:
Here's his base salaries:
Based on that he'll never see year 2010 with the Cowboys.
Speaking of Owens...
"In-your-face stuff will not be accepted," said the committee's co-chairman Jeff Fisher, Tennessee head coach.
Spiking the ball, spinning the ball or dunking the ball over the crossbar still will be acceptable. But no more snow angels, putting a diaper on the ball or any other antics outside the end zone will be tolerated.
Officials have been told to strictly enforce these guidelines, including any celebrations outside the end zone or group theatrics. Such violations will result in 15-yard personal foul penalties.
In a weird way I think this is a good thing for Owens, now he has an excuse not to act out after scoring. Once he started doing these silly TD celebrations, it fed on itself and he always had to top the last one, he needed ESPN to show it and giggle about it. But now, he's not just promoting himself but he's hurting the team. Parcells will tolerate about one 15-yard penalty before he sits someone on the bench. Owens can be an idiot, but he desperately wants to win, and giving up 15-yards on a kickoff is not conducive to winning.
Finally, from the article: