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Monday, September 19, 2005
Talk About It, Talk About It ... Love Returns to Eagles Land Nothing like a couple of touchdown connections to smooth ruffled feathers? Since training camp, Terrell Owens talked of not talking to Donovan McNabb, but yesterday they joked together on the sidelines. Trouncing the 49ers 48-3 was real mood-enhancer. Game story. And, as if that's not enough love, Inqlings yesterday said a wedding might be in T.O.'s future. All summer, we feared a holdout and disruption. Can we relax now? No, because the postseason is what counts, say two columnists. Read Phil Sheridan and Stephen A. Smith.