Jones aware of Owens’ comments

Terrell Owens' days with the Cowboys came to an end without a playoff victory. (Ronald Martinez / Getty Images)

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said that he read Terrell Owens‘ comments that the receiver felt blindsided by his release in Dallas. Despite those comments, Jones told the Dallas Morning News that he still has a great relationship with the enigmatic receiver.

    “I don’t have anything to say, but we have a great relationship,” Jones said. “I’m sorry we didn’t get this year in on the contract, but I don’t have any pointed comment to what he said that there were people within the organization that didn’t want him here. I read the substance of (the comments). Bottom line is I don’t really have any comments.”

Jones insisted that the decision was his alone and that he really wanted to elevate Roy Williams to the No. 1 receiver spot.

Owens, meanwhile, is in Buffalo, according to WIVB CBS 4 in Buffalo. Owens could stop by the team’s workouts on Monday, despite his public stance that he wouldn’t attend any of the voluntary workouts. And if you are a member of the Bills, you would hope that Owens would put the Cowboys in the past and instead look towards the future with his new team.

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