Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says T.O. can reach out to him… but he’s not looking to sign him

Terrell Owens is trying to get back in the NFL. Owner Jerry Jones will counsel him, but not sign him

Terrell Owens is still looking for a job. Cut by the Allen Wranglers of the arena league, the mercurial WR is trying to get another year in the NFL.

He hasn’t reached out to his old boss with the Cowboys… but Jerry Jones said he’d be helpful if Owens did. So, that’s nice.

First of all, he really can reach out to me at any time,” Jones said. “I consider him a friend and would feel good if he reached out. And I think that he really, without having first-hand knowledge of what kind of physical condition he’s in, I know he’s got the right stuff and could help someone. Actually, I looked at some of the things he did last year and he’s still got the ability to be quite a threat as a receiver. So, I would advise him that if he still has the heart — and he does — to continue to try to get on an NFL team.

Just, ya’ know, don’t expect it to be with the Cowboys. Jones shut the door on that.

If he wanted to talk about it, I’d talk about it,” Jones said. “But we’re not planning on doing anything at our receivers, personnel-wise, numbers wise, numbers-wise. I have no plans to do anything differently from what we’re doing right now.”

So there’s your warm and fuzzy moment of the day.

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