Throughout the NFL, the injury bug is biting down...Hard.
Just days into camp, receiver Ron Johnson endured a dislocated ankle and Riley Cooper suffered a broken left collarbone. Philadelphia Eagles' head coach, Andy Reid, has yet to confirm the addition of any replacement free-agent receivers. If the Eagles are serious about winning, then they should bring in their old friend Terrell Owens.
Unfortunately, Owens' life is a bad reality show lately. Reid encountered his fair share of problems with Owens over the years, but he is known to give players second chances.
Owens hauled in 14 touchdowns in a single season back when he played for the Eagles and current receiver DeSean Jackson caught only four touchdown passes last season. Jackson is set for a bounce-back year in 2012, but the addition of Owens could add a beneficial explosive quality to the Eagles, despite Owens' repeatedly destructive history.
Vocally outspoken in the past, Owens could be a changed man the ...