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Rotoworld: WR Terrell Owens is reportedly having trouble staying awake in team meetings, which is a problem he says has plagued him for years. "I don't know what it is," Owens said. "I've never been diagnosed with it. It's nothing new for me to fall asleep in a meeting. It goes back to my rookie year in San Francisco." The Cowboys don't seem to think it's a big deal, although Owens admitted that receivers coach Todd Haley "kind of got offended."

 

:D What an immature little sh*t. Nothing new, but...

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Freakin Jerry Jones deserves this. Parcells doesn't but JJ does.

 

What a freaking mess he is.

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Oh for goodness sakes. Hell, I do this all the time in boring frickin meetings. I have to do everything I can to stay awake sometimes. Plagued me all through college. I end up chewing gum, bringing a big drink, moving around in my chair, hell I've even stood up in the back of a room just to keep from falling asleep. This means nothing. (Holly crap, now that he's on my team I just defended him. Now that's bad.) :D

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Oh for goodness sakes. Hell, I do this all the time in boring frickin meetings. I have to do everything I can to stay awake sometimes. Plagued me all through college. I end up chewing gum, bringing a big drink, moving around in my chair, hell I've even stood up in the back of a room just to keep from falling asleep. This means nothing. (Holly crap, now that he's on my team I just defended him. Now that's bad.) :D

 

:D

 

You don't seem to have any trouble staying awake here...

 

 

 

 

 

 

:bash:

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T.O. slipping out of consciousness isn't the problem.

 

The problem is that his mouth stays in overdrive even when he has lost consciousness..

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Can we get a post about whether or not TO gets constipated or cuts his nails too close :D

 

As much as I dislike him these posts about meaningless things about him get old real quick

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Oh for goodness sakes. Hell, I do this all the time in boring frickin meetings. I have to do everything I can to stay awake sometimes. Plagued me all through college. I end up chewing gum, bringing a big drink, moving around in my chair, hell I've even stood up in the back of a room just to keep from falling asleep. This means nothing. (Holly crap, now that he's on my team I just defended him. Now that's bad.) :D

 

Glad I'm not the only one. :D

 

I dread going to meetings that I know are going to be long just for that reason.

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Glad I'm not the only one. :D

 

I dread going to meetings that I know are going to be long just for that reason.

 

 

May I suggest you both start using cocaine?

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For people hating TO they sure love to talk about him!

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When you get paid multi-millions of dollars to perform your best for only 4 or 5 months out of the year, I think you should find a way to stay awake.

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A cattle-prod may be effective. He is in Texas now. :D

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A cattle-prod may be effective. He is in Texas now. :D

 

 

 

If George W. Bush lived his whole life in Texas and never got burned with a cattle-prod, why does TO deserve it more?

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Oh for goodness sakes. Hell, I do this all the time in boring frickin meetings. I have to do everything I can to stay awake sometimes. Plagued me all through college. I end up chewing gum, bringing a big drink, moving around in my chair, hell I've even stood up in the back of a room just to keep from falling asleep. This means nothing. (Holly crap, now that he's on my team I just defended him. Now that's bad.) :D

 

 

Same here, this is a non-story IMHO.

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Rotoworld: WR Terrell Owens is reportedly having trouble staying awake in team meetings, which is a problem he says has plagued him for years. "I don't know what it is," Owens said. "I've never been diagnosed with it. It's nothing new for me to fall asleep in a meeting. It goes back to my rookie year in San Francisco." The Cowboys don't seem to think it's a big deal, although Owens admitted that receivers coach Todd Haley "kind of got offended."

 

:D What an immature little sh*t. Nothing new, but...

 

Now only if his mouth could catch this disease. :D

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Its actually been a quiet few weeks for TO which the media cant stand so these dumb stories come out to try and whip up a frenzy..

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Can we get a post about whether or not TO gets constipated or cuts his nails too close :D

 

As much as I dislike him these posts about meaningless things about him get old real quick

 

 

 

+1 my god people, if you had a nickel for every player that fell asleep in a meeting during the season you could bail Pac Man out for years!

 

Moving along folks nothing to see here...........

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I'd be willing to bet that the cowboys prefer he shows up and falls asleep at meetings. That way he's there but keeps his mouth shut(probably the only way something like that can happen)

 

I think the real problem here is , how did this information get out in the public? Is it TO looking for more attention? or did someone else leak this info? If he's been doing it all his life it's the first I'm hearing of it.

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