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 parting ways with his longtime agent, Drew Rosenhaus. And even for a shark like Rosenhaus, this had to be one time he didn't mind getting fired. In reality, it's more likely the ubiquitous agent finally decided he'd had enough. Owens was his highest-profile client for years, but now he's a washed-up player with nowhere else to turn.
Owens, recently cut by the Indoor Football League's Allen Wranglers for not making a scheduled appearance at a local children's hospital, has signed on with Dallas-based agent Jordan Woy.
"I am making changes in my life so I can continue my career as a professional football player,"...