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January 21, 2009

Senior Bowl: Day 3

News of the day: Terrell Owens' agent Drew Rosenhaus has no desire to talk about his client possibly being released because he thinks it's a "non-story."

See ya later: The Cowboys coaching staff headed home after watching the morning practice. Wade Phillips still refuses to talk to the media.

Coming back? Rosenhaus said linebacker Zach Thomas is open to re-signing with the Cowboys. You believe him? Not sure Thomas wants to stick around this team anymore.

Play of the day: Sam Houston State QB Rhett Bomar (Grand Prairie) connected on a long TD pass to his former teammate at Oklahoma, Juaquin Iglesias during 7-on-7 drills. Nice pass, nice catch. Bengals coaches have been impressed with Bomar.

Healing well: That would be Marion Barber's little right toe, which he dislocated and never was effective down the stretch. He will be ready for offseason workouts.

No surgery: TE Jason Witten, per agent Jimmy Sexton, did not require any offseason cleanups to his shoulder, ankle or ribs and is set to play in the Pro Bowl.

Tuna and Friends: Spotted Bill Parcells alongside coach Tony Sparano and GM Jeff Ireland at practice. Any fans wish they were still around Valley Ranch?

Bobby Carpenter Jr?: Based on the hair, that would be USC linebacker Clay Matthews. He is the son of the former Browns LB, who was at practice Wednesday along with Hall of Fame guard Bruce Matthews, little Clay's uncle.

Pete Carroll sighting: Since there are like 12 USC players it seems in the Senior Bowl, Carroll decided to make an appearance.

- Rick Herrin


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