IRVING -- Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens is talking about his contract again.
Only this time, there's a twist.
T.O. is happy about it, even though he's going into the third
and final year of his deal with the Cowboys.
Owens today said it's "not a problem."
Owens in 2004 was heading into the second year of a seven-year,
nearly 49 million dollar contract with the Philadelphia Eagles when
he began squawking about a new deal.
Owens finally was released.
He signed a three-year, 25 million dollar contract with Dallas
in March 2005 and has lived up to it -- leading the team in
receiving while piling up club records.
Team owner Jerry Jones says he can look past this year and into
years in the future -- and will want Owens as a part of the