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Former NFL star Terrell Owens spoke about Titus Young’s situation in Detroit on Sunday during his bowling teams ceremonial first ball. Owens is the owner of the “Dallas Strikers” which is a bowling league in the PBA. (Professional Bowlers Association)
When he was asked about Young, he said that he should “know his role”, according to the Detroit News.
“He has to understand that Calvin (Johnson is) the No. 1 receiver, and being the No. 2 receiver, you have to go with the flow of the offense and when your time comes, make the plays,” Owens said.
Owens is a six-time Pro Bowl selection, Owens holds or shares several National Football League records, and features in the all-time top-five in several receiving categories, including yards and touchdowns.
He is currently a free agent, but he said “I look good. I feel good,” and is hoping to play in the NFL next season.
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We recently discussed Titus Young’s recent outbursts that could ensure that he will not remain with the Detroit Lions.
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Former NFL star receiver Terrell Owens, team owner of the PBA Tour’s Dallas Strikers, threw out the ceremonial first ball, along with Jerome Bettis, to get the competition under way at noon Sunday at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, MI. [Photo]
Despite all of his financial woes, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens owns a professional bowling team, according to Black Sports Online.
The name of Owens’ bowling team is the Dallas Strikers.
“I want to keep that competitive edge by getting involved with a sport I really enjoy,” Owens said on PBA.com. “I always felt that my time in Dallas was special and I had a great...
When it comes to wearing out your welcome with an NFL team, Terrell Owens is an expert. No one would ever confuse T.O. with a quiet player who minds his own business. It’s often been said that those who can’t do should instead teach, which is why it makes sense on some level that Owens recently had a bit of advice for Detroit Lions receiver Titus Young.
Young, who has tremendous...
Wide receiver Titus Young was a big headache for the Detroit Lions this past season and things haven’t gotten any better now that they’re season is over. He’s already threatened that he will stop playing football if he doesn’t get the football more next season and that he’s ready for the Lions to cut him.
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens has some advice for Young...
The last team T.O. had an ownership stake in was the Allen Wranglers and that didn’t end too well. With that being said the Dallas Strikers seems to be doing a little bit better.
“I want to keep that competitive edge by getting involved with a sport I really enjoy,” Owens said on PBA.com. “I always felt that my time in Dallas was special and I had a great time while I was...
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Appearing at a Professional Bowling Association event in Detroit on Sunday, ex-NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens had some advice for Lions receiver Titus Young.
Young received criticism last week after both declaring himself unselfish and, in the same breath, saying he doesn't want to play if he isn't going to get the ball.
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