I hate the Seattle Seahawks because of two words: Jordan Babineux! Yes, it was back in 2007 but it’s still fresh on my mind!
The Seahawks released veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens on Sunday. Owens caught two passes for 41 yards over two preseason games before the team parted ways.
While Randy Moss is having a blast as he begins anew with the 49ers after a year out of football, former San Francisco star Terrell Owens is doing the same thing in Seattle.
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Former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is headed back to the NFL, agreeing to a one-year contract with the Seahawks. Owens hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2010 season.
Still looking for wide receiver help, the Seahawks are bringing former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens in for a tryout. Owens hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2010 season.
On Wednesday, Oregon-based Nike unveiled new uniforms for all NFL teams. But never fear: The Cowboys’ royal blues, sterling silvers and striking whites remain.
Though it comes as no surprise, backup quarterback Jon Kitna has told the Cowboys he will retire, according to reports.
The media in the Cowboys locker room has been treated to a glimpse of Murray’s potential greatness. And now we’re getting an ego to match.
The Cowboys like their chances of making a run at the playoffs, despite their 4-4 record, and that’s not just because of their soft schedule.
I know it was just the Seahawks. And two weeks ago it was only the Rams. But a year ago today the Cowboys were 1-7. Mediocre teams can’t afford to be choosy.
Tony Romo wasn’t at his best, and neither was the Dallas defense. They were still more than the Seattle Seahawks could handle.