When the NFL Hall of Fame candidates were announced last week, that list including a handful of automatic inductions.

One of those automatics was Terrell Owens.

Owens, however, isnt worried about Canton, he's more worried about Dallas.

Owens, 41, told Rich Eisen that he has his agent reach out to his former team in the Cowboys to gauge their interest in him due to the injury to Dez Bryant.

Owens talked about his "fractured" interest with the Cowboys, most notably with Tony Romo and Jason Witten, but admitted that was a long time ago.

"I'm not that same guy that I was years ago. I know there was some things I shouldn't have said and I think that it comes with the maturation process," Owens said.

The Cowboys are dealing with serious injuries right now having just loss Romo for 8 weeks and Bryant is expected to miss 10-12 weeks with a broken foot.

Owens played for the Cowboys from 2006-2008 and finished his career with over 1,000 receptions and 153 touchdowns.

Owens did not immediately say what interest, if any, the Cowboys had.