Owens Speaking Out on Being the Scapegoat for Romo

The Dallas Morning News reports that former Cowboy Terrell Owens is speaking his mind about being used as the scapegoat for Tony Romo’s lack of leadership:

Terrell Owens said he heard Cowboys executive vice president Stephen Jones’ suggestion, published in a recent story on Yahoo.com, that Romo wouldn’t be able to emerge as a leader with Owens on the roster. “He was the quarterback of the team,” Owens said. “I think everybody realized that. It was upon him to adopt that leadership role and carry that out. Obviously, they saw that didn’t happen. “So, for whatever reason, I’ll be the scapegoat. I’m not here. Now, it’s his team, you know, and I wish him well.”


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