Friday, June 09, 2006

Me-O Will Never Change

me-o was 8 (!) hours late for his own football camp. is there any activity at all going on in his head? if you wired him to an eeg, would it register at all? jeez louise.
Terrell Owens showed up eight hours late for his own football camp on Wednesday, the Dallas Morning News reported.

The new Dallas Cowboys receiver kept 90 players at the Terrell Owens Youth Football Camp waiting until 5 p.m. before he arrived.

The former Eagle threw passes to the campers and asked whether they had ever seen a better quarterback.

"Donovan McNabb," said one camper, giggling.

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Blogger The Big Dog said...

I read this article, too and thought the exact same thing. I also have noticed a remarkable change in the Eagles, too, or at least how the TV cameras have shown them. Donovan is back to being Donovan, funny and loose. The rest of the team is back for business, Big Red is joking around again....I honestly think that they will at minimum be exciting and competitive again this year....

actually I think that they are happy not being in the spotlight at this point....get in camp, get some good competitions at positions and get back to Eagles Football....the team is back and I expect good things, despite some of the apparent holes....

TO is just so classless and self-centered...how can you be 8 hours late for an event....8 hours....not running late by an hour or so, a whole working day...that is him, he can't change...adding him is like injecting the Cowboys with a quick spreading virus....nothing is worth doing that to your team....even if he is okay in the lockerroom with teammates, it brings such negativity with the media that that cloud comes over your team....Parcells and Jones have to answer tough questions, it becomes the focus of inteviews with other players....

...it couldn't have happened to a nicer team!!!

10:22 AM EDT  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The worst part is that this was apparently for kids. Tuna, Jones, McNabb, whatever, they're all men, and can deal with it.
You don't do that shit to kids. Period!

What a complete jack off.

Although it did hurt the kids, it's also going to linger in the minds of the Cowgirls teamates too. "If this guy does that to kids, how's he gonna be with us?"

By the way, if they ever publish the name of the kid who said McNabb, I'm going to buy him a trip to Six Flags.

- Joe

10:47 AM EDT  
Anonymous Phil said...

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2480638

Just wow.

12:08 PM EDT  
Blogger Steve72 said...

For your consideration:

Ben Toothlessberger.

6:02 PM EDT  

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