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It hasn’t even been three weeks and yet Terrell Owens is once again out of a job.
On Sunday, the Seahawks decided to part ways with Owens, who confirmed the news in a tweet which he thanked the organization for taking a flier on him.
I’m no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I’m truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact & will NOT waiver.
— Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) August 26, 2012
The 38-year-old was considered a long-shot to stick on Pete Carroll’s squad, though he didn’t do himself any favors with several underwhelming preseason performances and reports that he reverted back to his diva ways.
T.O. can consider himself fortunate that he was released now, giving himself time to latch on with another club. However, there won’t be too many teams lining up to secure his services, no matter how many ex-teammates go to bat for him.
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It’s become rather evident that the only reason that Terrell Owens is still desperately trying to find work as a receiver in the NFL is because he’s broke. And much to the surprise of nobody except probably Owens, the Seattle Seahawks kicked the tires on the 38-year old and found nothing but holes in his hands. That obviously sucks for Owens, because if he made the Seahawks roster...
Terrell Owens‘ stint with the Seattle Seahawks didn’t last long. It was 20 days to be exact.
After agreeing to terms with the team on August 6, Owens announced he was released on Sunday, Aug. 26 via Twitter. In 15 NFL seasons, Owens has collected 1,078 receptions for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns.
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Detestable wide receiver Terrell Owens tweeted on Sunday that he was released by the Seattle Seahawks less than three after inking a one-year contract with the lowly franchise. Owens, a five-time All-Pro selection and member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade … Continue reading →
The Seattle Seahawks released Terrell Owens early Sunday morning. Owens sent out a tweet informing his followers he was cut and thanked the organization for the opportunity.
Owens sat out of the entire 2011 season after not signing with a team. The Seahawks gave him a shot at making the final roster, but at age 37 it seems Owens is no longer capable of playing in...
Although he tried, Terrell Owens announced Sunday morning that he had been cut by the Seattle Seahawks (via Twitter).Owens had blown away the Seahawks during his initial workout with the team, but after that the romance between the two quickly burned out.I'm no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I'm truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact...
After getting cut by the Seahawks, you would think Terrell Owens would be having trouble keeping up his spirits. But to his credit, he’s been on Twitter conversing with fans like nothing ever happened.
He even took the time for this little back and forth with the JobsDirectUSA.com Twitter account about receiving help with his employment search.
I'm no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I'm truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact & will NOT waiver.
— Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) August 26, 2012
And with that one tweet, Terrell Owens has confirmed that he's been cut by the Seahawks. The 38-year old had two catches for 41 yards during Friday's preseason game...
Earlier today, Terrell Owens announced via his Twitter account that he didn't survive the first round of cuts. Owens proved he is still as big, fast, and athletic as ever, but apparently catching just two passes in eight targets wasn't enough to earn him another audition in the final preseason game against the Raiders.No word yet on who else the Seahawks have released...
Terrell Owens has been cut by the Seattle Seahawks, he tweeted this afternoon.
The writing has been on the wall for the past week, with Braylon Edwards impressing and Sidney Rice seemingly healthy. Rumors were that Owens may not make the team and his drop heavy performances during this preseason certainly didn't help matters.
While there is a chance that Owens could join another...
Terrell Owens tweeted that the Seahawks cut him, forcing the above gentleman to have to take a loss on the masking tape he invested in his new T.O. jersey. Fitting that both members the former Batman and Robin receiver tandem failed to appear in a single regular season game for their respective new teams this season.
New-age Norwood, Billy Cundiff, was waived by the Ravens, who...
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I think after T.O. got hacked by an obsolete arena football league team we had to figure his stint with the Seahawks wasn’t going to last. It’s over bro. Get a job like the rest of us and starting paying your child support.
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