• Should former Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens get another shot in the NFL?

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Jun 12, 2013
    This is Owens doing what he does. Former Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens has made it clear that if he does not get the opportunity to play this year, he will officially retire. Owens was later cut from the team on May 29, 2012. On Aug. not to mention the fact that Andy Reid, for whom Owens played in Philadelphia, now coaches here in Kansas City. Thus far, though, all T.O. Since that stint with the Bengals ended, he’s split his time between a disastrous stretch in the Indoor Football League and every celebrity sporting event ever conceived, all the while holding out hope for one more NFL shot. The 15-year veteran who last wore an NFL uniform during the 2012 presason before being cut by the Seattle Seahawks told the NFL Network?s ?NFL AM? show that he hasn?t yet heard from another potential suitor, but the Chiefs or Vikings could be good fits because they employ the West Coast Offense ...
    • Sorry T.O., you're not a good fit in K.C.

      Terrell Owens says he might be a good fit for Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs. Is that supposed to make us wonder what T.O. would look like in Chiefs red or, more importantly, should it make us wonder whether the Chiefs will bring Owens aboard? Nop…
    • National writer says former Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens belongs in Hall of Fame

      CBS Sports’ Mike Freeman recently put out a column where he states that former Cowboy wide receiver Terrell Owens is a Hall of Famer, despite being known for dividing locker rooms and being … [visit site to read more]
    • 86-Day NFL Warning: Terrell Owens Finally Goes Away (Or So We Hope)

      What's that? You were wondering exactly how many days until the start of the NFL season? Well, you're in luck! We here at the Triangle are set to spen...
      Source: grantland.com
  • T.O. still hoping team will give him a chance

    Terrell Owens hasn't given up on returning to play in the NFL, saying Wednesday that he's more mature now and can still help a team if it is willing to forget his past and give him a chance.
    Source: ESPN.com

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