My answer is a definite NO. Keeping with the cancer analogy, cancer surgery usually entails removing excess tissue to ensure that no cancer remains. The fact that there are still questions about whether T.O. can be tamed tells me that he must go before we can declare ourselves cancer-free. We can't take the chance that he will continue to cause problems.
The latest news that T.O. will be starring in a reality show on VH1 over the summer was the tipping point for me. At a time when the Cowboys need to eliminate off-field distractions and put the focus back on football it seems that Terrell Owens just can't get out of the spotlight.
I know part of the blame for the overexposure of T.O. lies with the media, but the fact that he is willfully planning to participate in a spectacle such as a reality television show puts a damper on my defense of him. It is one thing for ESPN and the Dallas media to pile on without provocation, but by choosing to be a part of a reality TV show T.O. is now clearly causing a distraction. The fact that he chose to do this show with the current perception that the Cowboys are saddled with just shows how selfish he really is.
The time has come to finish removing the cancer from this team. Cut T.O. now. We have weapons at every offensive position to fill the void created by the release of T.O. The negative attitude that Owens displays towards Jason Garrett is not going to improve the chemistry on this team. Jason Garrett is here to stay so we need all of the players on this team to buy into his system fully. Maybe without T.O. this collection of great individual talent can finally become a team.