The Patriots are in desperate need of experienced wide receivers, and Terrell Owens, who last played in a regular-season game in 2010, desperately wants back in the league.
Terrell Owens is preparing for a return to the NFL and, because of his relationship with new head coach Marc Trestman, he feels that the Bears would be a good landing spot.
Appearing at a Professional Bowling Association event in Detroit on Sunday, ex-NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens had some advice for Lions receiver Titus Young.
The Seahawks released veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens on Sunday. Owens caught two passes for 41 yards over two preseason games before the team parted ways.
While Randy Moss is having a blast as he begins anew with the 49ers after a year out of football, former San Francisco star Terrell Owens is doing the same thing in Seattle.
Former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is headed back to the NFL, agreeing to a one-year contract with the Seahawks. Owens hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2010 season.
Still looking for wide receiver help, the Seahawks are bringing former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens in for a tryout. Owens hasn’t played in the NFL since the 2010 season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones shares his feelings on the possibility of Terrell Owens making it back to the NFL.
Jerry Jones was asked about Terrell Owens on Tuesday. “I know he’s got the right stuff and he could help someone,” Jones said, advising T.O. to keep searching for an NFL team.
In an attempt to revamp his image and reboot his NFL career, T.O. has dumped long-time agent Drew Rosenhaus in favor of Dallas-based Jordan Woy, who’s calling the Cowboys.
Drew Pearson, former Cowboys player and now general manager of the IFL’s Allen Wranglers, criticized Terrell Owens about “how he handles things outside the lines.”
Terrell Owens was released by the Allen Wranglers, the IFL team that signed him earlier this season. Now, T.O. is reportedly considering legal action against the team.