Well, Schlereth and Golic seem to think this is starting to become the first legit TO/Parcells feud story. They both made bets that the first TO blow-up wouldn't be until TO's second year, and they think it's starting early now. Verbatim from ESPN's microphone in TO's face: "At this point, I'm just going to go with the trainers and do more with rehab, you know... like I said, I don't want to jump out there just because I'm feeling good today. You know, I've got to see how my body responds to the work that I've done today. So we'll increase it tomorrow. This is definitely an improvement from last week. Obviously, I'm getting better. You know, with the treatment that I'm getting. So it's all encouraging signs! I practice hard. You know, the thing is, any coaches that had any input on me being here... I think they talked to the coaches that I've had in San Francisco, players, the coaches in Philly, the trainers in Philly, they know that I normally practice 100%. So it's hard for me to be out there and go 75% or less than what I'm used to. I'm used to practicing at full game speed. That's how I've always practiced. I learned it from the best receiver in the game, Jerry Rice. And you know, that's something that he instilled in me, so it's going to be hard to break that habit. He's not the only one (bill parcells) who said that, I've talked to the trainers, and they've kind of told me that I might have to motor it down a bit. But that's the only way I know how to practice. Physically..... with the practice and the things I do out there, as far as rehab, I'll get my conditioning back quick, that's not a problem! I'm not worried about that. I just want to be where I can be a 100% when I hit the football field. I want to be out there just as bad you want me out there (referring to reporters) so I mean, this is not something.... an injury that heals overnight so it's just going to be time, and it's just a situation where we all have to be patient with one another." Chris Mortensen thinks it's a problem. Bill told TO when he signed that he had to practice to get out of that WCO. Mort said Bill turns the temp down to 50 degrees and take the pads away from the training table to discourage people from injuries!! He also believes injuries are contagious. Now, Terry Glenn and Patrick Crayton are on the sidelines. After this morning's practice, TO ran, and looked so fast that Mort says Cowboys observers told him, "Why isn't he practicing?" Mort also says Bill is jabbing Jerry Jones and saying, "I told ya so!" Bottomline, though, is what happens in games. If TO scores 3 TDs against Redskins, it's Jerry Jones telling Bill "I told ya so." Golic thinks there is a little game of control going on. Bill vs. TO. TO has the ability to say I'm not practicing. Golic & Schlereth don't believe the Bill Parcells line about no practice, no play. If To can play, he'll be on the field in a regular season game. Schlereth thinks the problem is Bill has found a guy he can't intimidate, but Schlereth also thinks TO needs to get over not practicing when he's not 100%. They both don't think Bill will use the "she" line that he did with Terry Glenn when he was hurt. It would only screw the situation up. The only saving grace is that TO is electric when he's on the field. Only thing keeping this from blowing up. Schlereth also said TO has it going against him that he played in the Super Bowl with that injury, why can't he do it with simple hammy prob? Of course, Super Bowl different deal, and Schlereth admits that preseason doesn't matter to vets. Don't know fellas, this whole situation is starting to worry me, I hope TO gets out there soon. He might have lost my cheers.