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This NFL offseason has been rough for veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens. Owens appeared on the Dr. Phil show and was simply hammered. He found himself being cut by an indoor football team, with the team forcing him out of the home they provided for him along with the team provided Jeep Wrangler. But the worst part of this offseason for Owens has been the fact he is garnering no interest from any NFL clubs around the league.
On Monday, Owens decided he was going to move on from long time agent Drew Rosenhaus, replacing the mega-agent with Dallas based Jordan Woy.
The following statement was released yesterday on Owen’s official website-
“I am making changes in my life so I can continue my career as a professional football player. I have hired Jordan Woy as my new agent. It was important for me to hire someone who believes in my ability to help an NFL team and believes in me as a person. I love the game of football and I know I can help a team. I have had to go through some humb...
BEST OF MAXIM
Terrell Owens is reportedly threatening to sue the Allen Wranglers if they don't pay him the more than $160,000 he claims they owe him as well as issue him a public apology.
In the latest twist to the Terrell Owens drama after being released Tuesday by the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, TMZ.com reports that a source close to Owens is demanding a public apology by team owner Jon Frankel as well as payment for games played that he has not been paid for.
The source told TMZ that Owens is owed four game checks worth more that 160,000. Owens...
BAD IDEA TEXTING
According to a court filing, Terrell Owens allegedly sent "several taunting text messages" to a mother of one of his children "regarding his failure to pay child support."
Former undisputed heavyweight champion “Iron” Mike Tyson said unemployed wide receiver Terrell Owens deserves zero compassion for his financial woes during a recent interview on 97.5 The Fanatic in Philadelphia with Mike Missanelli. The 38-year-old Owens, a five-time All-Pro selection … Continue reading →
That former Dallas Cowboys star wide receiver Terrell Owens would be on the verge of financial and personal ruin is one of the least surprising stories of the past couple of weeks. He plays the victim's role better than anyone in the history of the NFL, and so it's predictable he would blame his issues on everyone else, including the media.
Owens announced Tuesday he was...
My how things change. A few weeks after saying he had parted ways with longtime agent Drew Rosenhaus, Terrell Owens announced that he has found new representation.
T.O. has signed with Jordan Woy of Willis & Woy Sports Groups with the goal of returning to the NFL for the upcoming season.
“I am making changes in my life so I can continue my career as a professional football...
The wide receiver announced on his website that he is "making changes in his life" and that apparently includes severing ties with his longtime agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
When news came out that Terrell Owens had left agent Drew Rosenhaus in favor of Jordan Woy, an agent based out of Dallas, I had a couple of thoughts. First, Drew Rosenhaus is probably thrilled that he doesn't have to represent Terrell Owens anymore. Rosenhaus can't exactly make a lot of money when his client isn't getting any job offers. Frankly, if I was Rosenhaus, I...
To use a famous Terrell Owens quote, “Get your popcorn ready” because it is only a matter of time until T.O. will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
But will he be a first ballot Hall of Famer, which his stats suggest he is? Or will T.O.’s off-the-field and locker room antics doom him when he name comes up for a vote?
And will he do sit ups while giving his acceptance...
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Throughout the Philadelphia Eagles’ franchise history, there have been a number of players who’ve donned green and made us fans extremely proud.
While other players like Terrell Owens have enjoyed tremendous success, they’ve also proved to be nothing more than a distraction and team cancer.
However, this is more about the good than the bad.
Terrell Owens announced Monday that he has ended his business relationship with longtime agent Drew Rosenhaus and has hired Jordan Woy.
Woy, who is based in Dallas, also represents Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer, kicker Dan Bailey and defensive ends Jason Hatcher and Kenyon Coleman.
"I am making changes in my life so I can continue my career as a professional football...
Give credit to the powers that be in college football: They won’t make the same mistake twice.
That’s because after all the controversy that surrounded the first LSU-Alabama game during the 2011 season, there will be no such drama in 2012. The SEC’s two best teams will play at night, in Baton Rouge, in CBS’s game of the week on Saturday, November 3, 2012. And to quote...
Most people are aware of Terrell Owens’ recent struggles ranging from financial, to being cut by the Indoor Football League team, to not being able to land on an NFL roster. Owens has now reportedly fired long-time agent Drew Rosenhaus. “I am making changes in my life so I can continue my career as a [...]