Former Cowboys cornerback Terence Newman maintains that he isn’t bitter about the way Dallas released him a year ago, but admits that he was a little miffed at the fact that he didn’t get to speak to owner and general manager Jerry Jones as he was in the process of being released.
Asked if he was bitter, Newman said, “Not at all.
“I pretty much figured it was coming. Worked out (at Valley Ranch) every day, that way they could get a chance to grab me face to face and not (release him) with a phone call or whatever. But a little disappointed that I didn’t get to see Jerry (Jones) on my way out. But it is what it is.”
Newman, who is now, of course, a member of the Cincinnati Bengals, said speaking to Jones on Sunday isn’t out of the question.
“Um, possibly,” Newman said. “I mean, we still have to warm-up and whatnot. I’m pretty sure I’ll see him at some point in time. If it happens where we have some time out there, I’d love to say hello to him and see how he’s doing.”
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