Terrell Owens was asked a handful of questions about adjusting to his new team and new offensive scheme at the close of practice Monday. One asked him how much he’s had to adjust from catching passes from Tony Romo to Trent Edwards.
“It’s really not a difference,” said Owens. “You have two different quarterbacks, so it’s just a different system. The routes are pretty much the same with a few variations here and there. It’s all about just going out there and executing, him dropping back and going through his reads and progressions, and delivering the ball. It’s about us going out there and just making plays for him.”
Owens didn’t elaborate on what makes Romo and Edwards two different quarterbacks, but by pointing to the system it sounds as if Owens is saying it’s different because the respective offensive systems are geared to the different strengths of the two signal callers.
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