Cowboys consultant Calvin Hill gave Bills coach Dick Jauron a positive recommendation about petulant receiver Terrell Owens.
Hill sought out Jauron after the Bills signed Owens just three days following his shocking release from the Cowboys.
"He told me a lot of things, a lot of things he felt, a lot of things that are private between us," Jauron said. "He also told me he was the hardest worker that he’s ever seen or he worked as hard as anybody he’s ever seen, which is not news to anybody in terms of this player. He wanted to win, had a driving desire to win."
Maybe Owens wasn't as bad in Dallas as it was made believe.
Hill was hired to oversee the team's behaviorable department. His primary focus is to oversee the team's handling of troubled players. From Alonzo Spellman, Dimitrius Underwood, Tank Johnson, Pacman Jones and Owens, Hill was involved with all of them during their time with the Cowboys.
I doubt if he would serve as reference for all of them. But he did for Owens. So that is saying something.
Clarence E. Hill Jr.