At 41-years old and five years removed from the game, Terrell Owens became eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year but he’s not looking forward to putting on that gold jacket, instead of he wants to lace up his cleats and get back on the field.

Injuries have costed the Dallas Cowboys to lose their star wide receiver Dez Bryant and starting quarterback Tony Romo.  They could really use some help on the offensive end and Terrell Owens seems to think he is the answer.

Speaking on the Rich Eisen Show, Owens said his agent has talked with the Cowboys about an opportunity despite a “fractured” relationship with he and Jason Witten/Tony Romo.

“We all know what happened when I was there. There were some things said where it kind of may have fractured the relationship between myself and Witten and Romo,” Owens said. “Again, time has passed and hopefully they know I’ve moved on beyond that and hopefully they have. For me, it’s all about giving myself an opportunity. That’s all I really ever wanted.”

“I still probably should be playing,” Owens said. “For me, if an opportunity arises then I’ll entertain it. And why wouldn’t I want to go back somewhere where I felt at home. I know the owner. I loved my time in Dallas.”

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source: CBS Sports