BREAKING... Trenton Times' Eagles' beatwriter and WIP football analyst, Mark Eckel, is reporting that Terrel Owens was not suspended for comments against the Eagles' organization, as widely believed, but for a locker room brawl with former Eagle teammate and current Eagles' "Good Will Ambassador", Hugh Douglas, and threats of physical violence against quaterback, Donovan McNabb. Witnesses say that Owens instigated a fight with Douglas when Douglas stopped at Owens' locker to talk to him about his statements to ESPN Radio, in which he accused the Eagles' organization of having "a lack of class" and trashing Donovan McNabb's skill on the field. According to locker room insiders, "at least two punches were thrown by both men" and Owens was retrained. Eagle, Jon Runyon, compared the brawl to a "WWE Samckdown". When he was finally let up, Owens approached McNabb and asked, "Do you want some of this?" and approached him in an aggressive manner. Coaches stepped between the two. When McNabb walked away, Owens turned to the team, many of whom were now laughing at him, and screamed, "Who wants some of this?" Three players, including Jeremiah Trotter, stepped forward to accept his challenge, but the incident was broken up by coaches and security personnel. NFL rules say that a team can only suspend a player for four games, but the Eagles are appealing for the league to hand down a suspension. Several insiders say that Owens has most likely played his last game in an Eagle uniform.