Patrick Crayton believes he isn’t being used properly in Dallas. Former Cowboys WR Terrell Owens can commiserate. He has been there.
Owens talked about the Cowboys’ receiving corps on “NFL Total Access” on Friday, describing it as nice. Owens said he isn’t surprised about Miles Austin‘s success — it was just a matter of him being focused. Owens also said Roy Williams needs to step up his play and that he has heard great things about rookie Dez Bryant.
But it’s a kinship with Crayton that really opened up Owens.
“Crayton knows that his time is limited,” Owens said. “I agree with what he says, that they are using him as an insurance factor. They are going to use him as a camp body until it’s time to make those cuts.”
Owens also touched on a number of subjects around the league, starting with Donovan McNabb going to Washington. Owens said if you surround McNabb with the right pieces, he has no choice but to flourish.
Could that right piece be Owens? Warren Sapp and Rod Woodson certainly think so. Owens played it cool. He is confident that he will find a job.
Owens also talked about Brett Favre‘s potential comeback and a comparison to Randy Moss.