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Saturday, November 05, 2005
News to Talk About ... Owens Suspended! Is Season Doomed? Terrell Owens has been suspended indefinitely by the Eagles. He was supposed to apologize in front of the team and the front office, but failed to do so. So he's out at least for Sunday night's game. See Inquirer report.
Personal opinion: Eagles are over-reacting to a little criticism. By doing so, they may have turned a tempest in a teapot into a season-ruining soap opera. Besides losing a star player for a key game, they've probably created new divisions among the players, who, like fans, have had to be wondering about management's handling of injuries, game plans and contracts.