Terrell Owens says he's ready to go for Sunday's playoff game against the New York Giants.
The Dallas Cowboys' All-Pro receiver warmed up for practice today and then went to see a trainer about his injured ankle. He felt so good he wanted the protective tape he'd been wearing cut off.
Later, at his locker, Owens told reporters that "I'm good," and "See you Sunday."
The team's official report lists T.O.'s participation in practice as limited and his game status as questionable. Coach Wade Phillips says if Owens can play, he'll start.
Owens suffered a high-ankle sprain on December 22nd and missed the team's regular-season finale two weeks ago.
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