Found October 25, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
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Terrell Owens‘ workout Tuesday may be good fodder for his reality show and NFL Network (who is showing it live), but isn’t likely to make a big impact around the NFL. Agent Drew Rosenhaus admitted to Rachel Nichols of ESPN that he’s not sure whether any scouts will show up to Tuesday’s workout. It could…
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