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Today the NFL officially announced that the salary cap for 2012 with be 120.6 million dollars, which is only a slight increase of $200,000 from last year’s number. With the official ceiling set, the Bengals got some information that they can now use with the free agency period just 30 hours away. First, the [...]
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The New Mexico Stars rolled out the red carpet to have Terrell Owens play in an away game recently. The arena football team needed to fork over first-class airfare tickets, hotel accommodations, and an estimated $10,000-20,000to play in an away game, his contract stipulates he only needs to play in home games. The New Mexico crowd got what they hoped for as T.O. got tackled...
Terrell Owens had three touchdown catches in his first IFL game with the Allen Wranglers, but he didn’t get his first “Welcome to the IFL” moment until his third game of the season. Playing in his first road game, T.O. was knocked over the wall and into the crowd against the New Mexico Stars.
Terrell had 5 catches for 50 yards and a touchdown and his team won 45-28 improving...
Terrell Owens' catchphrase "Get Your Popcorn Ready" took on a new meaning on Sunday.
Playing in his first road game since joining the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, Owens got a taste of the indoor-life when he was dumped over the sideline wall and into the first row of seats during the Wranglers game against the New Mexico Stars.
Owens caught the ball...
The Cincinnati Bengals re-signed four players on Monday. Fullback Chris Pressley, running back Cedric Peerman, defensive tackle Nick Hayden and linebacker Vincent Rey had expiring contracts until the Bengals re-signed them, according to the team’s press release.
Pressley signed a two-year extension. The four-year veteran originally signed with Cincinnati as an undrafted rookie...
On Sunday, Allen Wranglers receiver Terrell Owens was knocked over the side wall on a tackle by a New Mexico Stars defender after making a reception in an Indoor Football League game.
Owens, who hopes to be back in the NFL this season, led the team with 50 yards receiving and 1 touchdown to help lead the Allen Wranglers to a 45-28 win over the New Mexico Stars.
Terrell Owens is a broke, former reality TV start playing arena league football. He plays for some team called the Allen Wranglers. Sunday was his second game, as the Wranglers visited the New Mexico Stars. Watch as he catches a pass over the middle and is thrown over the wall.
I wonder if he grabbed some popcorn while he was in...
For those of you who may not know, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens is currently by in the Indoor Football League.
During a recent game against the New Mexico Stars, Terrell Owens caught a pass and went towards the sidelines to get out of bounds.
A New Mexico defender decided to greet T.O. with this hit over the padded wall:
(Courtesy of Off The Bench)
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Haha!This isn't a holy crap play as much as it is indicative of what has happened to a great athlete who let his ego get in the way of his game.As we and many others have documented, Terrell Owens has gone from Pro Bowl receiver to Indoor Football League receiver.Mind you the IFL isn't even the major leagues of Indoor Football.In this play, Owens, who plays for the "...
That’s all we have on this. Not like you need much more analysis on Terrell Owens being tackled over a wall in an Arena Football game.Just watch the video. H/T PFT
All week long the talk was Terrell Owens of the Allen (TX) Wranglers was coming to Rio Rancho to play the New Mexico Stars of the IFL. But it was former New Mexico Lobo DeAndre Wright who brought the popcorn.
I had an idea today (which is always dangerous) and thought I’d put the wheels in motion. Nominate your favorite Bengals player of all time by adding the name in a comment to this thread and we’ll throw them all together into a tournament style bracket. Then, we’ll vote on each matchup to determine the [...]
I have to admit, I’m scratching my head. Not that being confused by Mike Brown’s tactics is anything new. About a month ago we got the all-too-predictable warning from Geoff Hobson that the Bengals would focus first on re-signing their own guys in free agency. This was certainly in part an effort by MB to [...]