Friday, January 11, 2008

T.O. says he'll play Sunday

T.O. says he'll play Sunday
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Focus Factor
Dr. Z doesn't want to read into the tabloid reports on Tony Romo, but he's worried about the Dallas QB's recent performances and thinks he may struggle against the Giants.

Simpson back to Vegas, accused of violating terms
A court official says O.J. Simpson is in custody in Florida and will be brought before a judge next week on allegations that he violated terms of his bail in a Las Vegas armed robbery case.

Browns fire defensive coordinator Grantham
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Broncos' Graham arrested for harassment
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Browns defensive coordinator Grantham fired
Just seven months after signing him to a two-year contract extension, the Cleveland Browns fired defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.

Giants-Cowboys: All-pros vs. all-Joes?

Osi Umenyiora is in Hawaii the week after Super Bowl Sunday, he will outnumber by members of the Dallas Cowboys 12-to-1 the New York Daily News reported.

"I'm not sure that they have that many better players than we do,'' Umenyiora said.

Antonio Pierce is looking at the game in Dallas on Sunday as "an All-Pro team vs. an all-Joe team." And with his tongue in his cheek and a burr in his saddle, Pierce said the Giants will just be trying to hold their own against "the Golden Child of the league."

Owens: "Get your popcorn ready''
Terrell Owens isn't allowing any gray area regarding his status for Sunday's NFC divisional playoff game against the New York Giants according to the Dallas Morning News.

"I'm going to play," the Dallas Cowboys receiver told the NFL Network's Deion Sanders, who asked what level Owens will play at. "At a high level. I'm not worried about nothing," Owens responded before adding his trademark line, "Get your popcorn ready."

Owens' comments ended a day of wild speculation at Valley Ranch. All week, Owens had been expected to play, and that hope that was buoyed by his return to practice Thursday after missing the team's Wednesday workout.

Ex-Bucaneers assistant Valero joins Rams' staff
Former Tampa Bay Bucs assistant head coach Art Valero has signed a contract with the St. Louis Rams.

His position on coach Scott Linehan's staff is yet to be determined.

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