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Terrell Owens is still hoping to resume his NFL career, even though he hasn’t taken a meaningful snap in nearly two and a half years. Owens appeared on NFL AM on Wednesday morning to give an update on his free agent status. He told the crew he hasn’t received a call from a team since the Seahawks cut him last summer, but he’s still going to wait out the process. He said his best fit would be on the Vikings — because he knows wide receivers coach George Stewart — or the Chiefs — because he played under Andy Reid in Philadelphia. He said last week that if he doesn’t get picked up this season, he’ll retire. If he does get picked up, the 39-year-old wideout will be the second-oldest player in the league behind Adam Vinatieri, 40. Owens was drafted in the third round of the 1996 NFL draft. He has accumulated 15,934 yards on 1,078 receptions and 153 touchdowns. Owens ranks sixth all time in receptions, second in receiving yards and third in receiving touchdowns. Owens had a productive las...

Terrell Owens: No calls since release last year

credit: getty images Terrell Owens is not generating any interest on the free agent market. Owens has not received any calls since he was released by the Seattle Seahawks last August. Appearing on the NFL Neworks “NFL AM” show Owens said he had nothing in the works as far as signing with a team. “Nothing as of right now,” he said. “So I understand the process. Obviously...

T.O. in Minnesota? Wide receiver says he'd be good fit

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. No NFL team has taken a chance on high-maintenance receiver Terrell Owens since he was a training camp cut last season by the Seattle Seahawks, with his last regular-season action coming in 2010 with the Cincinnati Bengals. That's not keeping Owens from seeing potential fits with teams in the NFL. During an appearance on NFL Network's "NFL AM"...

Terrell Owens Thinks Vikings And Chiefs Would Be Good Fits

Terrell Owens is aware that his window for playing in the NFL has a small crack in it.  That window is definitely almost closed. At 39, and the perception of being a locker room cancer, Owens now must sit and wait to see if he as any interest later this summer. Owens on NFL AM this morning discussing several different topics, and trying to keep is name relevant.  Owens was asked...

Terrell Owens says the Vikings and Chiefs would be Good Fits

Mind you, these thoughts are coming after TO said he would retire if he didn’t get signed this year so perhaps this is just smart marketing on his part. Owens was on NFL Am earlier, and when asked about his prospects of getting signed this year. “Nothing as of right now,” he said. “So I [...]

T.O. says Vikings on his radar

Enigmatic receiver Terrell Owens says the Vikings and Chiefs are ideal fits for him because of coaching relationships he has on those teams. The Vikings, meanwhile, don’t seem likely to reciprocate the interest.

T.O. moves the needle, but not the chains, so move elsewhere

KANSAS CITY, Mo. It's like Tim Tebow, only with better abs. And minus the gee-whiz, Wally-and-the-Beav vibe. You're not signing up the player that was. You're signing up the circus that is. A possible headache anytime there's an open locker room and a camera approaching. National attention from national networks for all the wrong national reasons. Terrell Owens...

Kanye West Says He’s The Michael Jordan of Music

Kanye is more like the Terrell Owens of Music, but I digress. Yeezy went on one of his rants about something, he goes on so many rants, it is hard to keep them all straight. Here is what he had to say. “I wasn’t on my eighth-grade team, because some coach — some Grammy, some reviewer, some fashion person, some blah blah blah — they’re all the same as that coach,” he said...
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