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Some leftovers from articles this morning.

Clarence Hill looks at the Owens situation.

Pat Forde writes a long article about Owens, but the best line is dropped at the end of the article.

After offering his version of events, Owens said he plans to practice Thursday. He also hopes to play Sunday against Tennessee, if his surgically repaired right hand can take it.

That officially would make him the first player in NFL history to be upgraded from suicidal to questionable in the span of less than a day.


Now that's funny, without pushing an agenda.

Bobby Carpenter knows a thing or two about Vince Young, given their paths crossed in college.

Cowboys rookie linebacker Bobby Carpenter has done his best to warn his teammates about what they could see Sunday in Nashville.

And what the Cowboys see on TV doesn't do justice to just "how big Vince Young is," Carpenter said of the Titans rookie quarterback.

"I remember when we played them, seeing him for the first time thinking, 'That's gotta be a tight end,'" said the former Ohio State star, who played against Young and Texas in 2005.

The kicker situation lives on.

Although Bill Parcells hasn't made up his mind publicly about whether he will carry kickers Mike Vanderjagt and Shaun Suisham on Sunday's roster, a source said both will play against the Titans.

A view from the Tennessee side about the Cowboys preparing for both Kerry Collins and Vince Young.

Also from the same article, the Titans are still battling injuries on their offensive line.

Injuries: Guards Benji Olson (calf) and Zach Piller (ankle) did not practice Thursday, and neither did offensive lineman Eugene Amano (ankle). Defensive tackle Robaire Smith (hamstring) also missed practice.
Reserve lineman Daniel Loper could see action against the Cowboys.

Kim Etheredge's role is examined, here.