Former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens dropped in at training camp on Thursday, and told reporters that he has zero regrets about the three years he spent in Dallas.
"Hey, it is what it is,"said Owens, who was named First-Team All-Pro as part of the Cowboys team that went 13-3 in 2007, per ESPN Dallas. "I can't really say too much about that. I know when I played and I practiced, I came with 100 percent. I played with 100 percent. I have no regrets.”
Owens, who last recorded a regular season catch in the NFL since 2010 when he was a member of the Bengals but has yet to officially retire, was asked at one point if he believes he can still play at football’s highest level.
"Absolutely," Owens said. "What kind of question is that? I worked out this morning. Looking good. Always looking to do something. You know, it's all in God's hands. You've just got to have the faith of a mustard seed and anything can happen. I haven't ruled it out. I haven't retired. I've kept myself in good enough shape to go in and help somebody if need be, but right now I'm in LA, doing some acting stuff, doing some business stuff."
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