T.O. Talks to Lewis About Being a Cowboy?


While it looks like the Ravens have made up their minds on keeping Ray Lewis in Baltimore for the rest of his career, one current Cowboy would love to get Lewis to come to Dallas.

That Cowboy – Terrell Owens. Today’s Dallas Morning News says that Owens recently spoke to Lewis about the possibility of coming to Dallas to try and help the Cowboys reach the next level. Here’s the story:

Whether Terrell Owens will be with the Cowboys or not, he’s reaching out to free agent linebacker and Baltimore Raven icon Ray Lewis. In the past, Owens told me he’s been contact with Lewis, who expressed an interest in playing for the Cowboys. This off-season, Owens reached out to Jerry Jones to make a sales pitch if you will for Lewis to join Dallas. And Deion Sanders, a close friend of Lewis and Owens, has also spoken to Jones about the linebacker. Now, we’re not sure if Lewis will sign with the Cowboys. The Ravens don’t want to lose their icon, so we’ll have to see how this plays out once free agency starts Feb. 27 is uncertain.

Lewis and the Ravens likely will squash the Cowboys’ dreams of signing him, as he’s expected to be back in Baltimore next season as a member of the Ravens.


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