Dallas Morning News: Calvin Watkins writes that Terrell Owens is suing a nightclub for using his name and photo without permission. Owens claims he has never been to the New York nightclub Avalon, and he doesn't know its owners Faltiron Entertainment LLC, but they are advertising that he hosts parties there. Owens is looking for $500,000 in punitive damages and $100,000 in compensatory damages.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Clarence Hill says that Tony Romo wasn't just caught up in the moment when he predicted a Super Bowl run for the Cowboys, Romo believes that his team has as good of a chance as any. Hill says that Jason Ferguson will be fine without Bill Parcells, he's a grown man for crying out loud. And Kevin Burnett is trying to make the most of his opportunities, playing alongside Bradie James with Akin Ayodele out with minor knee surgery. And Hill gives us a Cowboys calender, with nothing on the horizon until training camp begins July 24. Didn't I write almost the exact same comments about the exact same article in the FWST a few weeks ago?
Dallas Cowboys: Mickey Spagnola gives us some facts about Jerry World, including the two arches that are currently being put in place that will support the retractable roof and video board. The countdown has begun. 760 days. And Spagnola finally takes a question in Mick's Mail, about Tank Johnson.
Others: Michael Silver of CNNSI ranks all 32 NFL owners. Jerry Jones comes in at #2, behind Bob Kraft. Silver talks about Jerry World and how Jones will put the money he makes back into his team. Silver also mentions Jerry winning a staredown with Bill Parcells in the offseason.