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There was a time when the presence of Terrell Owens in a football game qualified as must-see TV. Things have changed quite a bit since then, as illustrated by the news that T.O.’s debut for the Allen (Texas) Wranglers of the Indoor Football League will be covered live online courtesy of ESPN3, the Worldwide Leader [...]
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Terrell Owens made his Indoor Football League debut Saturday night. He caught three passes, all of which were touchdowns.
Terrell Owens made his debut, Saturday night, in the Indoor Football League.Owens, who hadn't caught a pass during the first quarter, gave his football team, the Allen (Tex.) Wranglers a 16-10 lead by catching a pass for a touchdown in the early stages of the second quarter.It appears that T.O. is a change man, as when he made the touchdown catch he didn't do a endzone dance.
A few months ago Terrell Owens held a private workout to show teams he was fully recovered from a torn ACL in an attempt to land on a roster. I’m pretty sure he didn’t envision the roster would be that of the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League but things don’t always [...]
Terrell Owens is playing in the Indoor Football League. I honestly didn’t even realize this until yesterday. He’s playing for the Allen Wranglers of Texas. His first catch was for a TD. It isn’t exactly playing with Steve Young in San Francisco, but at least the guy is getting some reps.
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After a quiet first quarter in which Allen Wranglers receiver Terrell Owens couldn’t break free from press coverage, the future Hall of Famer has added two touchdowns to his career numbers on two second-quarter catches. Owens’ first score came on a short pass. On the next drive, with no defensive back lined up in his…
Terrell Owens made his debut with the Allen Wranglers on Saturday night.
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Justin Blackmon has a tough job trying to be himself. Everyone else wants to think of him as the next Calvin Johnson, Dez Bryant or Terrell Owens. Some even want to know if the No. 1 receiver in this year's draft might be as polished as A.J. Green and Julio Jones were in their rookie seasons. To Blackmon, the comparisons don't mean a thing.
This weekend, a variety of activities not resembling football will occur at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. On Saturday night, an activity that more closely resembles football will take place at the Allen Event Center in Allen, Texas. There, the IFL’s Allen Wranglers will unveil their new star player, former NFL receiver Terrell Owens. Our…