With a contract extension in hand from the Dallas Cowboys, wide receiver Terrell Owens said he will repay the Eagles the $769,120 he owes.

Owens agreed to a 4-year, $34 million extension Tuesday.

"I don't mind paying that," Owens told reporters, according to the Dallas Morning News. "It's not a big deal considering what happened [Tuesday].

"They can have it how they want it. They want it in cash, pennies, they can get it."

Owens lost in arbitration earlier this year, the ruling calling for him to repay bonus money the team paid him when he played for the Eagles in 2004 and '05.

The Eagles suspended Owens for conduct detrimental to the team midway through 2005. Owens lost $965,000 in salary from the final five games of 2005 after the team withheld game checks. He was released after the season and the Eagles had been seeking to get back the remaining sum.

Owens' contract with the Cowboys calls for a $12.9 million signing bonus, according to the Morning News. His base salary for 2008 is $830,000. He will earn $2.670 million with a $3.1 million roster bonus in 2009, $7.5 million in 2010 and $7 million in 2011. *