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Terrell Owens no longer owes Uncle Sam for unpaid taxes dating back to his days with the Dallas Cowboys.
Owens recently paid off a tax debt of 430,000, according to TMZ.com. The former Cowboys wide receiver is currently not on an NFL roster and hes looking for employment.
According to TMZ, a federal tax lien was filed against Owens in February, claiming he owed on his income taxes from 2005, 2007 and 2009.
Owens, 39, played in Dirk Nowitzkis Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game Saturday in Frisco. He didnt take part in the pregame press conference.
The six-time Pro Bowler played with the Cowboys from 2006-2008. During that time, Owens caught 38 touchdowns in 47 games.
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Now retired from football Drew has pursued another...
And here we go again with more drama for the Dallas Cowboys.
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