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It's not exactly breaking news when Terrell Owens complains about something not going his way, that highlight reel is longer than the one featuring his catches.
But a report from Eric Williams of the Tacoma News-Tribune that T.O. is complaining in Seattle when things don't go his way should actually be of great concern, because it doesn't exactly indicate that Owens is embracing a humble attitude as he fights to hang onto his career.
"He still appears to be the same T.O. who complains when things are not going his way," Williams writes. "And Pete Carroll will not put up with that from a fifth or six[th] receiver -- see T.J. Houshmandzadeh."
When we took a look at Week 2 preseason performances, we tabbed Owens as someone who's stock was taking a dip, primarily because T.O. couldn't manage to reel in any catches, even if they hit him square in the breadbasket while he was crossing the goal line. Source: CBSSports
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According to a Seahawks beat writer, Terrell Owens could be on the outs and that his unproductive play and diva behavior might be his one-way ticket out of town.
Evidently, Terrell Owens is who we all thought he was.
The former Pro Bowl receiver is quickly wearing out his welcome with the Seahawks, by acting like a pre-maddona while failing to play well on the field.
According to a report by Eric Williams of the Seattle Tribune, Owens continues to disappoint on the field and has been complaining about things not going his way.
Given some of the serious financial problems Terrell Owens has faced over the last year or so, one would think he would being doing everything he can to try to make the Seahawks final roster. T.O. was lucky Pete Carroll and company invited him to camp, but to this point there has been little indication that he is making the most of his time in Seattle.
A training camp roundup that...
One would think that Terrell Owens realizes that this is most likely his last chance in the NFL. So you would think that he would be on his best behavior in Seattle.
If we heard reports he just wasn’t cutting it physical, despite an impressive initial workout with Seahawks, we wouldn’t be that surprised. Mainly because the man is 38 years old. But with all the chips that he has...
Some things never change.It is already looking to be the same old story for Terrell Owens in Seattle.According to the Tacoma News Tribune, Owens "still appears to be the same T.O. who complains when things don't go his way."Laughable, man.Owens essentially begged any NFL team to take a chance. Seattle was one of the worst places he could have landed.Head coach Pete...
Terrell Owens remembered to be a NFL receiver you have to catch the football, Owens had 2 catches for 41 yards for his Seattle Seahawks. This was a huge improvement than what Owens showed in his last game. The Seahawks totally dominated the game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson went 13 for 19 for 185 yards and 2 touchdowns. He was sacked 2 times...
Many thought when T.O. signed with the Seahawks his chances of making the roster were strong, but that might not be the case.
There is a report saying that T.O. is complaining when things aren’t going his way in camp. I find this odd because he has to know that he needs to be on his best behavior.
Here is what they are saying.
Terrell Owens has a lot to overcome. And the fact...
Prior to Friday night's Seahawks/Chiefs game, Seattle wide receiver Terrell Owens had yet to record his first reception with the team.
However, that changed in the third quarter of play as Owens made a nice over-the-shoulder catch of a Russell Wilson pass:
Owens finished the game with two receptions in the Seahawks 44-14 win.
There are ups and downs in regards to how well Terrell Owens performed with the Seattle Seahawks on Friday night.
The ups… well the singular upside was that he managed to hold on to two footballs this week against the Chiefs instead of the five bumbles on five targets last week against Denver.
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In light of recent reports, it appears that veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens could be on the roster bubble as the Seattle Seahawks near the end of the preseason.
The Seahawks, who signed both Owens and fellow veteran pass-catcher Braylon Edwards this offseason, are planning on keeping only one of the wide receivers on the 53-man regular season roster. Which one theyll choose...
According to Eric Williams of the News Tribune, wide receiver Braylon Edwards continues to impress the Seahawks every day, while Terrell Owens is still the same old TO, always complaining about things not going his way.
“Every day during practice Edwards makes at least one eye-opening play. Right now, Edwards is the most consistent of the big receivers who can make explosive...
Randy Moss and Terrell Owens – two of the best wide receivers ever to play the game – both entered this summer aiming to take the NFC West by storm this year. That won’t happen for Owens, the former 49ers great who was released Sunday by the Seattle Seahawks. But it could for Moss, who in the twilight of his career is primed to catch glory one final time after spending last...
Randy Moss playfully chased reserve nose tackle Ian Williams toward the locker room after practice and razzed the second-year pro with each step. It was hardly a fair deal, given Moss' stellar speed even at age 35 against the 305-pound Williams.
While Moss is having a blast as he begins anew with the 49ers after a year out of football, former San Francisco star Terrell Owens...
Adam Schein of Sirius XM NFL Radio asked Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider of they can trust both Terrell Owens and Braylon Edwards. He told Schein that they’re still looking into that.
Can the #Seahawks trust TO and Braylon as teammates? Schneider: “Adam, quite honestly, we are still evaluating that.”
— Adam Schein (@AdamSchein) August 22, 2012