Bill Parcells and Drew Rosenhaus at Lunch
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BY MAC ENGEL
Star-Telegram Staff Writer
INDIANAPOLIS – Could Terrell Owens be headed to Dallas?
Inquiring minds certainly want to know the answer to that question after Friday’s sighting of Cowboys coach Bill Parcells and super agent Drew Rosenhaus going to lunch during the National Football League Scouting Combine.
Rosenhaus has a number of clients, including top draft prospect Eric Winston, a tackle out of Miami.
Offensive tackle is a need position for the Cowboys.
But the Cowboys are also seeking help at receiver and it's no secret that Owens is in search of a new home.
Owens, who is expected to be cut by the Philadelphia Eagles next week, has been linked to the Cowboys since his suspension midway through the 2005 season.
Denver, Miami and Kansas City are other possible destinations for Owens.
But while owner Jerry Jones has a history of taking chances with troubled but talented players, there is a question of whether Parcells would want to put up with Owens and his supposedly selfish and divisive ways.
Might Rosenhaus have been lobbying for his client?
Neither he nor Parcells were saying.
What’s certain is that any serious talks about Owens will have to coincide with talks with current receivers Keyshawn Johnson and Terry Glenn -- as there is little chance all three could co-exist.