Terrell Owens never has been one to keep his opinions to himself, especially when it comes to Cowboys.
Owens was released by Dallas before the 2009 season after spending three years with the team. The Hall of Famer claims he was”blindsided” by it and believes then-quarterback Tony Romo had something to do with the whole thing in an effort to get Jason Witten the ball more than other receivers.
He was vocal on Twitter about making an NFL comeback, even wanting to play with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Obviously that never became a thing, and Owens’ career ended after the 2010 season as a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.
And after the Cowboys’ disastrous loss to the New York Jets, who were winless coming into Week 6, Owens fired off a tweet criticizing his former team.
“Gonna be a tough week in @dallascowboys!!! ? Hmmm Y?all still think Jason Garrett is the answer? So predictable!! Go to
@JasonWitten on 3rd down! ??????????????? Call me a hater all u want! Just keeping in 100!,” he tweeted.
But he wasn’t done there.
Could you imagine a reunion between Owens and the Cowboys? While highly unlikely (Owens is 45-years-old), we’re sure it would make for a slew of stories.