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7/29/07-San Antonio

T.O.tal Calm: Owens Enters Camp Without Controversy

No news is usually good news for Terrell Owens. In this training camp the big story is well, that there is no story.

"It seems that controversy is always finding me," Owens laughed. When asked if he went out to find it, Owens laughed again saying, "No, I don't."

But do not attribute the lack of controversy to a concerted effort on T.O.'s part to be more mellow.

"Every team that I've been on, I don't think there's been a case of me trying to blend in," Owens said. "Everyone knows I am here and I just try to do whatever I can to play football, and be with my teammates."

Aside from blending in, Owens has plenty of other things to worry about, like catching passes from Tony Romo.

"Everyday has been a learning process for both of us and this is an opportunity for us to get on the same page. Obviously being in training camp helps a lot. You know last year he came in right before mid-season, so we tried to do the best we could last year and you know now we get a lot of practice from, mini-camp, OTA's, and training camp."

Quick Hits:

*Terry Glenn hurt his knee when he collided with Terence Newman. He is said to have some soreness and may be out for a few days.

*Linebacker Kevin Burnett injured his head and neck and is not expected to participate in contact drills tomorrow.

*Coach Wade Phillips diagnosed Aaron Glenn's injury as "old knee" explain that the knee is just swollen.

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