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Terrell Owens says if Cowboys hadn't cut him, then Tony Romo would still be starting

Wide receiver Terrell Owens had a dynamic three season with the Dallas Cowboys. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame over the weekend.
Wide receiver Terrell Owens had a dynamic three season with the Dallas Cowboys. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame over the weekend. AP

Terrell Owens will be inducted into the NFL Hall-of-Fame later this summer, but he just can't seem to stop talking about the Cowboys.

During a Tuesday appearance on Fox Sports 1's 'Undisputed,' the outspoken former wide receiver said this about former teammate and current CBS broadcaster Tony Romo.

He also stated more criticisms of Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett and team owner Jerry Jones.

Dak Prescott took over as the team's starter after Romo fractured a bone in his back during the 2016 NFL preseason.

The former Dallas Cowboys and NFL stars were interviewed on the Rich Eisen Show on Friday on DIRECTV's Audience Network and Prime Time wasn't cutting T.O. any slack on his Hall of Fame comments.

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