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ARZCardinals
04-01-2006, 09:32 PM
TUNA SURPRISE: PARCELLS OUT IN BIG D

A league source tells us that Cowboys coach Bill Parcells resigned his position on Friday night after a lengthy meeting with owner Jerry Jones regarding the decision to sign receiver Terrell Owens.

Parcells, who signed an extension last season, was angered by the acquisition of Owens. The veteran coach, we hear, told Jones that Owens had not changed and should not be signed. Parcells became livid after Owens' book deal was announced, which happened less than two days after Owens was introduced as a member of the organization.

Butch Davis is the leading candidate to replace Parcells. Davis was the Cowboys' defensive coordinator in the early 1990s, and he served with Jimmy Johnson's two Super Bowl teams.

For Parcells, his coaching career is likely over after stints as the top dog with the Giants, Patriots, Jets, and Cowboys.

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sux trying to post anything serious on this day....but this is not a joke....

www.profootballweekly.com/

look at the rumermill section....

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notice how Bill was not at T.O's press conference or at anything since then. He's even skipped the owner's meetings....

OregonBigRed
04-01-2006, 09:35 PM
Hell, good for us, we play dallas.:Cards logo:

ItsInTheCards
04-01-2006, 09:37 PM
TUNA SURPRISE: PARCELLS OUT IN BIG D

A league source tells us that Cowboys coach Bill Parcells resigned his position on Friday night after a lengthy meeting with owner Jerry Jones regarding the decision to sign receiver Terrell Owens.

Parcells, who signed an extension last season, was angered by the acquisition of Owens. The veteran coach, we hear, told Jones that Owens had not changed and should not be signed. Parcells became livid after Owens' book deal was announced, which happened less than two days after Owens was introduced as a member of the organization.

Butch Davis is the leading candidate to replace Parcells. Davis was the Cowboys' defensive coordinator in the early 1990s, and he served with Jimmy Johnson's two Super Bowl teams.

For Parcells, his coaching career is likely over after stints as the top dog with the Giants, Patriots, Jets, and Cowboys.

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sux trying to post anything serious on this day....but this is not a joke....

www.profootballweekly.com/

look at the rumermill section....

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notice how Bill was not at T.O's press conference or at anything since then. He's even skipped the owner's meetings....

it WAS an April Fools joke. The story was posted by PFT this morning at 9:48 am.

However, when they posted the real news, Florio had heard rumors that it may happen.

But as of right now, it has NOT happened

ARZCardinals
04-01-2006, 09:39 PM
look at the follow up...

there are signs...

not at T.O's signing....imagine Green not at Edge signing....get the idea...

not at the meetings....

it's not an April Fools joke

BigDinGlenDale
04-01-2006, 09:42 PM
I haven't seen anymore of this to prove or disprove it.

ItsInTheCards
04-01-2006, 09:42 PM
look at the follow up...

there are signs...

not at T.O's signing....imagine Green not at Edge signing....get the idea...

not at the meetings....

it's not an April Fools joke


dude, the same story, verbatim was on PFTs website at 9:48 this morning. Where do you think PFW got it?

Its not true. While its possible he may eventually walk away, it hasnt happened yet



PARCELLS RETIREMENT RUMORS FLY

Even though the lead item of our annual April Fool's edition regarding the resignation of Cowboys coach Bill Parcells is phony, we're hearing rumors that Parcells might indeed pack it in after three years with the Cowboys.

The catalyst for the speculation is the addition of former Eagles receiver Terrell Owens, which might have occurred without the input or over the objection of the head coach.

Parcells has said nothing about the arrival of Owens, and Parcells was the only coach who blew off the ownership meetings in Florida this week. His absence has fueled talk that he's very unhappy with the signing of Owens, and that Parcells doesn't want to have to talk about the situation to the media, or to anyone else.

The deeper problem here is that the events of the past two weeks have created the impression that Parcells has no say in what goes on with his team. For a guy like Parcells, who plops more football knowledge into the porcelain every day that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones ever will acquire, the notion of being undermined publicly is the last thing he deserves, especially as his coaching career moves into its final days.

Boldinfan
04-01-2006, 10:43 PM
this say different.


http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/5464302


There has been a lot of debate in Dallas that Cowboys head coach Bill Parcells wasn't keen on acquiring bad-boy receiver Terrell Owens. That's not exactly true. Twice in the final week of negotiations with Owens and his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, Dallas owner Jerry Jones and his son, Stephen, the club's contract negotiator, asked Parcells if he was OK with T.O.; talks heated up, and he gave the thumbs up.

"Bill is fine with this," Jones said.

Although Parcells was in Florida watching exhibition baseball with his good friend, ex-Green Bay GM Ron Wolf, he knew what was going on with the Cowboys and Owens. A lot of football people believe that Parcells and T.O. won't be able to co-exist, but they fail to realize that Owens has always been a very strong practice player besides being very competitive on the field.

Now, Owens can be a huge distraction like he was in Philadelphia last season, but you should remember that in his first year with the Eagles he was the team MVP, and he shocked the world by rehabbing from a broken fibula to play in the Super Bowl that season. Now that he has his money in Dallas, Jones and the Cowboys expect T.O. to be on his best behavior this season.

In 2007, who knows? By then, Parcells could be retiring. You can bet his decision will be based on how T.O. and the Cowboys, who still don't have a quarterback for the future, play this season.

ARZCardinals
04-01-2006, 11:10 PM
still stating the same thing...

Parcell's is A.W.O.L.

name one other coach that is out of the media right now.

Every other coach has been at the combine, with players during FA.

Parcells is absent and didn't even show to T.O's signing....think about it...
can you imagine Green not even showing for our FA's signings?.?.

Cardinals101
04-01-2006, 11:23 PM
It's a joke

CardinalChris
04-01-2006, 11:44 PM
April Fools...