NFL Impacts: Terrell Owens in Buffalo; Matt Cassel in Kansas City


Published: March 13, 2009


... was, until Terrell Owens was cut by the Cowboys and quickly signed by the Bills.

For the right to one of the NFL's most dynamic receivers, the Bills only had to give up $6.5 million over one year, and surprisingly didn't have to surrender their souls to the Devil.

Even Mephistopheles cares not to deal with Owens, although he would gladly do so with Drew Rosenhaus, a relative, serving as his agent.

Owens' talent is such that teams in need of physical upgrades are able to look beyond, or ignore altogether, Owens' inevitable immature, child-like, and whiny behavior. Teams signing Owens give an even deeper meaning to the term "just win, baby." Emphasis on baby.

After months of hinting that Owens would return, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones dropped the bomb, announcing that Dallas was letting T.O. go.

Jones justified his action, saying he was "heeding the advice of several people," which, in Jones' egocentric world, means he discussed the matter with ...

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