Cowboys have mixed feelings on Owens [size=-1][/size] [size=-1]01:23 PM CST on Wednesday, November 23, 2005 [/size] [size=-1]By TODD ARCHER / The Dallas Morning News[/size] IRVING – The road to landing Terrell Owens - if the Cowboys want him - became easier Wednesday. Arbitrator Richard Bloch upheld the Philadelphia Eagles' decision to suspend the receiver for four games and deactivate him for the rest of the season, which means the Eagles are more likely to cut Owens in the off-season. Had Bloch ruled in favor of Owens, the Eagles likely would have cut him, which would have subjected him to waivers at this point of the year. Houston, owners of the worst record, would have had the first crack at Owens. Now, it is more likely Owens will be an unrestricted free agent, able to sign with any team, including the Cowboys. While Bill Parcells has said he is too old to coach "jerks" and the Cowboys put a huge emphasis on character in recent years, owner and general manager Jerry Jones did not rule out the possibility of adding Owens on his radio show on KTCK (1310 AM). "I'm avoiding, deliberately avoiding, saying whether or not the Cowboys would be interested," Jones said the other day. "He's a player that is a competitive player. He's an outstanding addition to an offense ... In general, I am a risk-taker." Jones mentioned Alonzo Spellman, who had 76 tackles and 10 sacks in two years (1999-2000) after battling mental health problems, as an example of his chance taking. He also said Drew Bledsoe's ability to get the ball down the field would be a competitive reason to be interested in Owens. Inside the locker room, several players had an open mind about the possibility of Owens joining the team in the future. "Not this year; maybe next year, but not this year," Pro Bowl defensive tackle La'Roi Glover said. "Because we've got our thing going right now. We've got chemistry. We've got confidence. We don't have a lot of distractions right now within our locker room, so I don't think we'd want that right now. But next year if he gets it together and leaves the baggage outside the facility, you never know what may happen." But would Parcells want a player like Owens? "If he could play," Glover said. "If he can help the team win, sure. But once again if he's got all that drama going on, no." Offensive captain Dan Campbell is not so sure he would want Owens. "I didn't know about Terry Glenn and Keyshawn (Johnson) until they got here and once they got here I'm glad they're here," Campbell said. "I love playing with those guys. Now before that? I didn't know them. My first thought (regarding Owens) would probably be, 'No,' right now. But that wouldn't mean if he got here it would continue to be that way." Cornerback Terence Newman had perhaps the wittiest answer when asked if would want Owens on his team, referring to the bizarre press conference held outside Owens' home with agent Drew Rosenhaus. "Next question."