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T.O. says media made him a villain

Terrell Owens says the media created the perception that he was a disruption and had character issues. He insists he was always a great teammate.

A Small And Obvious Point About Terrell Owens Blaming The Media For His Image

Um, Terrible?I know you don't actually listen to anything that doesn't come out of your own mouth, but hope springs eternal. Christian charity, and all that.The media didn't stick a gun in your mouth and make you do sit ups in your driveway.The media didn't kidnap your family so that you would bury every QB you ever worked with.The media didn't cause you to crap...

Terrell Owens needs to do only one thing to find his way back to the NFL.

The world is talking about Terrell Owens again for all of the wrong reasons. T.O. is and was a gifted NFL caliber player and we believe he can still be a force on an NFL team. But as time goes on and he makes statement after statement after statement, what has not either been conveyed to Terrell or what he refuses to see is that his current behavior is exactly what teams are running...

Should the Chicago Bears bring in Randy Moss, Terrell Owens?

The Chicago Bears need wide receivers.  Randy Moss and Terrell Owens are future Hall of Fame receivers who still have game in them and are seeking employment.  The Bears need Moss and Owens.  Sound rational?  Sure.  Is it true?  You better believe it.  The Chicago Bears should make a bold move and bring in Moss and Owens for the 2012 NFL season. If I’ve said it once I...

T.O. thinks “character” concerns kept him out of NFL in 2011

Most think that no one was interested in receiver Terrell Owens last season because of his age (he’s now 38) or the fact that he tore up his knee, apparently while filming a reality show. Owens thinks that teams have avoided him because the media has painted him as someone who should be avoided. “I…

Randy Moss is making a comeback

Former NFL wide receiver Randy Moss has made an announcement via Ustream that he want’s to make a comeback and play football in 2012. “I just wanna go to a team and play some football,” said Moss. “I said I had a surprise for y’all,” Moss added. Moss said that he retired because of  things that were going on off the field, but his family has told him that, “It...

Celebrity Beach Bowl participant blames media for not being in the NFL

Terrell Owens is not happy these days. He's a thirty-eight-year-old receiver that's out of the NFL recovering from a serious knee injury that he might have suffered while filming his VH1 show. Many would argue his questionable injury status, diminishing stats, age and negative reputation make it quite obvious why TO's future NFL prospects are bleak. According to Owens...

No one believes Terrell Owens' media conspiracy theory except T.O.

Terrell Owens is a model teammate any NFL team would be lucky to have. Per T.O., that is. Clark Judge says the truth is Owens, 38 and coming off major knee surgery, is radioactive -- and no NFL club will touch him.

Randy Moss Or Terrell Owens: Who Would You Rather Have?

When Randy Moss announced back in 2011 that he was going to retire from the NFL, few believed that it would actually last. Well, on Monday, during his 35th birthday celebration, Moss abruptly ended his short retirement by proclaiming that he intends on making a comeback. “I just wanna go to a team and play some football,” Moss said on a live video. "Your boy...

Cowboys News: Romo and Tiger Fall Short, While Terrell Owens Is Somehow Still Relevant

The news on Saturday night about Tiger Woods was that his late push had put him in position to challenge for the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am. He fell far short, shooting a three-over 75 to finish 11 shots behind the winner, Phil Mickelson. The Cowboys’ angle for this story was that Woods teamed up with amateur golfer and Dallas QB Tony Romo. There was some chatter about Woods...

Running low: Do these NFL receivers have enough in the tank?

  At one time Hines Ward, Terrell Owens and Randy Moss were the best at their position.  Now these NFL wide receivers have been shunned or are reportedly tapped out. The problem is, they think that they still have something left to contribute to a NFL team. What do you think? 1) Randy Moss 6-4, 210 lbs age 35: In his day was one of the most dynamic wide receivers of his time posting...
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