Terrell Owens Is Officially Unemployed

Matt CullenAnalyst IMarch 5, 2009

Michael Smith from ESPN just reported that Terrell Owens has been released from the Dallas Cowboys.

Many expected it, believed that it was only a matter of time before T.O. wore out his welcome.

I for one didn't see it coming, Jerry Jones seemed to have his back and I have wrote already that I don't think he has been the disruptive force that he was in San Fransisco or Philadelphia. Maybe more will come out and I will be proven wrong about Owens but this remains an absolute shock to me.

This is especially sad for me to hear because with the release of Owens, his time in Dallas will be considered another failure and I don't think he will be signed after 'burning his bridge' a third time.

Owens is 35-years old, a future Hall of Famer, and one of the hardest working wide receivers in the game as well as one of the most talented still and still finds himself without a Super Bowl ring.

This news boasts many questions, will we see T.O. in an NFL game again? If so, who might take him? How does the Dallas Cowboys passing attack look next year? Is Roy E. Williams capable of being the No. 1 wide receiver?

What are your thoughts, B/R?