Sometimes it’s hard to shake your past reputation. Once a narrative sets in about your life’s story, getting people to believe otherwise can be a long and sometimes impossible task. Our very own Pod-person Terrell Owens has that problem. I’ve been writing about it and you’ve been commenting about it; T.O. is a changed player here in
That’s just peachy keen with me. For one, T.O. isn’t going to be playing for any other team so this is all just hypothetical anyway. Second, if other teams don’t want a guy who is as dominant as you can get from the WR position and has turned his ways around to the point of being a model-Pod in
Another question we asked NFL head coaches was which Pro Bowl-caliber player would they not want on their roster?
Of the 20 head coaches who responded, 14 voted for Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens, who was the runaway winner. Chad Johnson of the Cincinnati Bengals was a distant second with three votes.
As much as I was worried about T.O. coming here a couple of years ago, I have no problems with the T.O. of today. Even super-skeptic Matt Mosley agrees. Now, can we get the same good results from another Pro-Bowler with a dubious past?
And the most notorious man not officially in the league, Adam Jones, received one vote. I think the low turnout for Jones has a lot to do with most of the coaches not considering him a Pro Bowl-caliber player after sitting out an entire season.We’ll see. Jones is working on cleaning up his past and that includes testifying yesterday before a grand jury about the notorious
If he can stay out of trouble, few doubt that the gifted first-round draft pick could soon find himself in a Pro Bowl and help lead his new team deep into the postseason. His burgeoning maturity is causing some Nashville-area fans to question whether the Titans' decision to dump him on April 23 was a bit hasty.
Admittedly, there are a lot more Titans fans who were just glad to see the problem of Jones moved elsewhere.
Garrett, 42, a former backup to quarterback Troy Aikman, is one of the most exciting young offensive minds in the game. He was highly sought after byI don’t know, at this point I don’t think Jerry Jones is going to let Garrett go anywhere. He’ll do whatever it takes to retain Garrett, including promoting him to the head coaching job. Patrick Crayton interview below.
and Baltimore for coaching gigs this past January, but he decided to stay with Atlanta . Even though Jones pays Garrett like a head coach, Garrett probably will get an offer he can't refuse after this season. Dallas