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We all know that Terrell Owens desperately wants a job. That much was obvious when he lobbied the Jets on Twitter Monday night. But if you ask him if he’s desperate, as TSN did, he’ll say no.
In fact, he argues that the Jets are the ones that are desperate, since they have to use Antonio Cromartie at receiver.
“I’ve read a lot of tweets and everybody’s saying that I’m desperate, I’m begging for a job,” Owens said. “But it’s not begging for a job when you know you can still play at a high level, given the opportunity. When you have a defensive back playing offense and running routes, then I think that’s more desperate than my actual tweet itself.”
That may be true, Terrell. But let’s be real here, you’re desperate too.
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Hey JETS!!! I’m available! I’m ready, willing & able! Call my agent @jordanwoy & let’s make it happen.— Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) October 9, 2012Terrell Owens has certainly fallen on some hard times, and I think it is safe to say that with this tweet he has hit rock bottom. T.O. was last seen playing for the Allen Wranglers, but that fell through after he eventually...
Terrell Owens is going to force his way onto the New York Jets whether they like it or not. Now whether they reciprocate the love is a different story. Sunday Terrell Owens took twitter to let the struggling New York Jets know he was available and had a soft spot for them. Pro Football Talk [...]
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It’s on the record that Players View feels that Terrell Owens can still play. There is also the feeling that he creates these weird stumbling blocks for himself that for instance kept him from making the grade in Seattle.
In looking at the film that he generated as a Seahawk he had no problem getting open which is why he was targeted so much.
He just dropped crucial catches.When...
According to Gary Myers of the New York Daily News, the Jets aren’t interested in bringing in free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens even though head coach Rex Ryan wouldn’t rule it out.Forget about T.O. to the Jets. Sources just told me they have no interest in Owens. No surprise. Better chance they bring back Don Maynard.— Gary Myers (@garymyersNYDN) October 9, 2012This is...
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After Terrell Owens took to Twitter to plead with the Jets to take a flier on him, Jets head coach Rex Ryan didn't say the team would do so but didn't rule it out, either.
If the New York Jets are still looking at options at wide receiver, Terrell Owens believes he'd be an upgrade. Owens, who spent part of training camp with the Seattle Seahawks, said via Twitter during Monday's loss to the Houston Texans that he's ready if the Jets call. "Hey JETS!!! I'm available! I'm ready, willing & able! Call my agent@JordanWoy...
And here you thought Terrell Owens was desperate when he offered his services to the Jets on Twitter. Well it seems that Rex Ryan may be even more desperate than Owens.
After watching his offense struggle so much the passing game that they had to use Antonio Cromartie on offense, Ryan admitted on Tuesday that he’s not about to rule out taking Owens up on his offer.
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Terrell Owens and Plaxico Burress are veteran free agents that could serve as placeholders during Alshon Jeffery’s absence. Yet GM Phil Emery said he’s happy with the team’s current wideouts.
Terrell Owens wants a job. He wants back in the NFL, and is constantly reminding teams of his physical ability. This past Monday night, he sent out a Tweet to the New York Jets that he was still available if they want him. They don’t want him, though Rex Ryan did say “never say never.” [...]
So, not to sound like the movie “Speed” but…. “Pop quiz hot shot, name the Jets receiving corps.” I bet most of you out there just failed our little pop quiz.I honestly feel bad for Mark Sanchez. The Jets top three projected receivers for the 2012 season — Santonio Holmes, Stephen Hill and tight end Dustin Keller — were out with various injuries for last night’s matchup...
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