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Raiders QB Carson Palmer has been something like a fairy godfather to Terrell Owens over the past three years.
It seems that when Owens is at his lowest most unemployable forks in the road, Palmers swoops in to save the day.
It was Palmer that pushed for Owens to be added to the Bengals roster after he worked out with him in 2010 and became convinced that he could be a valuable addition to that team.
At that time, Owens had already met with the team a few months prior and walked away with no deal as the Bengals elected to sign Antonio Bryant over Owens.
When Bryant went gimpy, Palmer stepped up and holy smokes…Batman and Robin (i.e. Owens and Chad Johnson) were united for a one-year run.
Palmer has been so pro-T.O. that when Owens was on the street last year, it seemed that Oakland was a logical destination after Palmer was traded there.
There workout relationship continues to this day and Owens spent some time with Palmer and other Raiders this off-season.
Although Oakland was not ...
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Terrell Owens could have run his way onto the Seattle Seahawks' preseason roster with a 40-yard dash time below 4.5 seconds in a private workout on Monday. ESPN.com reported Owens' "impressive" workout with Seattle and said the team will try to sign the 38-year-old, 15-year NFL veteran to a contract. Owens, who'll be 39 in December, didn't play last...
Terrell Owens is the newest member of the Seattle Seahawks this morning. Several news outlets reported late last evening that the veteran wide receiver has agreed to a one-year contract with the Seahawks. This marks Owens’ return to the NFL after sitting out the 2011 regular season while recovering from a knee injury.
The Seahawks have signed a trio of veteran pass catchers in...
RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Terrell Owens was back in Los Angeles packing up some belongings while the Seattle Seahawks were on the practice field Tuesday morning. Even though he was away from his new team, Owens was still the talk of training camp.
Owens agreed to a one-year deal with the Seahawks on Monday. He returned to Los Angeles late Monday night, was expected back at the team...
Terrell Owens is back in the NFL - at least for now. Owens agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks on Monday, multiple media outlets reported Monday. The 38-yrear-old Owens has not played in the NFL since 2010, when he caught 72 passes for 983 yards and nine touchdowns in 14 games for the Cincinnati Bengals. Owens suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament...
Get your popcorn ready. Terrell Owens is set to make his return and to the team that he famously embarrassed by pulling a sharpie out of his sock to autograph a ball. T.O. blew the Seattle Seahawks away in a tryout on Monday. The 38-year old receiver ran the 40-yard dash in 4.5 seconds. Owens [...]
Terrell Owens did some surprising and impressing Monday during his workout for the Seattle Seahwawks. He was so impressive that according to ESPN’s Ed Werder, Terrell Owens and the Seahawks are already engaged in contract negotiations and expected to complete a deal soon. The 38-year old who is coming off of surgery for a torn ACL reportedly ran a blazing 4.45 second 40-yard...
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Get your popcorn ready, Seattle! Terrell Owens has agreed to a one-year deal to join the Seahawks.
We all know that Pete Carroll likes to keep things loose around his team throughout training camp, and even has a history of playing practical jokes on his players during team meetings. So when the Seahawks signed Terrell Owens earlier this week, coach Carroll couldn’t resist the opportunity to have a little fun with his new lightning rod.
Watch below as Carroll calls Owens to...
Per Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times twitter feed this AM, we've learned the Seattle Seahawks have released CB Donny Lisowski to open roster spot for Terrell Owens.
#Seahawks release CB Donny Lisowski to open roster spot for Terrell Owens.— Danny O'Neil (@dannyoneil) August 7, 2012
We were really pulling for Donny. The local kid from Seattle by way of Montana.