Roy Oswalt is 34. A losing pitcher with the Philadelphia Phillies last year, he’s been on the disabled list five times the last six years. And, at this point, he’s a fly-ball pitcher.
The Allen Wranglers Indoor Football League team announced on Tuesday that co-owner and WR Terrell Owens has been officially released.
Black Sports Online is reporting that Terrell Owens and all of his baby mamas are gonna have one, giant reunion on the set of “Dr. Phil!”
T.O. spoke with 105.3 The Fan about his IFL debut and what his thoughts are on the future of the Wranglers and his own career.
Terrell Owens caught three passes, all for touchdowns, in his debut for the Allen Wranglers Saturday. Owens and the Wranglers defeated the Wichita Wild 50-30 to open the Indoor Football League season.
The NFL Combine is less than two weeks away. But the same day, Terrell Owens will be making his IFL debut with the Allen Wranglers.
“That’s all hearsay,” Terrell Owens said about the perception of his NFL career. “If you ask a bunch of my teammates, a lot of it is basically blown out of proportion.”
Josh & Elf Show spoke with some of the men behind the big decision – former Cowboys great Drew Pearson (GM) and Jon Frankel (owner) of the Allen Wranglers.
Owens signed a new deal to be a partial owner of the Allen Wranglers of the IFL as well as their starting wide receiver. Is he back?
Former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens said that he will return to professional football with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
With all of his recent baby-momma’ drama RAGE asks the all important Terrell Owens question…does T.O. still have a shot at playing pro football?
The Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League said that they offered former Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens a deal worth up to $500,000.