He sounds pretty motivated. Could playing with Parcells one last time ignite some of that old magic? Here's the blurb:Cowboys | Bledsoe Motivated and ReadySun, 17 Jul 2005 08:12:52 -0700Bob Buttitta, of the Ventura County Star, reports Dallas Cowboys QB Drew Bledsoe is anxious to show his new teammates, coaches and millions of Cowboys fans around the world he's the man to lead Dallas back to the NFL's promised land. To make it happen, Bledsoe will need to regain the form that made him one of the NFL's most prominent quarterbacks in the mid to late 1990s. The burning desire to be on the field when his team wins pro football's biggest prize is what brought Bledsoe to Dallas. "A big factor for me in making the decision was getting the chance to play for Bill Parcells again," Bledsoe said. Bledsoe also likes the offensive weapons he has in Dallas. The biggest weapon Bledsoe may have at his disposal is Pro Bowl TE Jason Witten. Bledsoe also said he is comfortable mentoring young QBs Drew Henson and Tony Romo in Dallas. Over the spring, Bledsoe held class for his two newest students. He said both responded to the challenge. Still, the motivation to be a champion drives him the most. "I have an overwhelming desire to win a title with the Cowboys," Bledsoe said. "I want to be the quarterback of a Super Bowl champion team.