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His ref skills are the real deal T..
Terrell Owens isn’t playing in the NFL anymore, but that hasn’t stopped him from Balling. The Hall of Fame wideout participated in a charity basketball game…He actually nabbed the MVP award and gave a short but brief speech thanking everyone. It’s a damn shame no NFL team will take a chance on him, but Randy Moss is somehow practicing with the Saints. -TO
When Terrell Owens Meets Howie Mandel
Terrell Owens Post Football Acting Debut
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You gotta do what you gotta do T..
Sometimes selling your body is the only way to make a quick buck. Terrell Owens is desperate for cash, but no way he’s this desperate — We know this isn’t real… It wouldn’t surprise me though if athletes started doing this kind of thing — Thanks to Bro Council for the tip. -TO
Terrell Owens Joins the Referee Holyfield
When Terrell Owens...
The T.O. indoor show will hit the road for the first time Sunday.
Terrell Owens, the often controversial former NFL receiver now playing arena football for the Allen Wranglers, has agreed to play his first road game Sunday against the New Mexico Stars in Rio Rancho, N.M.
Owens' contract with the Allen Wranglers is only for home games. The Wranglers have played one road game...
The Cincinnati Bengals were a surprise team this year finishing 3rd in the AFC North and going into the playoffs. With the off-season coming along, here's what I would do to get the team back into the Super Bowl.
1. Sign Peyton Manning
Not that I doubt Andy Dalton's abilities to be a starting quarterback but if you have a chance to bring in one of the best in history I...
According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, former NFL wideout Terrell Owens could be fined or jailed for failing to pay $20,000 in child support.
From the AJC:
Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens is $20,000 in arrears in his child support payments to the Atlanta mother of one of his children, and she wants him fined or jailed if he doesn’t pay up, according to a new petition...
Remember last year when the Bengals decided against using the franchise tag on cornerback Johnathan Joseph? Yeah, bad idea. And this is far from “hindsight is 20/20.” I was extremely outspoken at the time that the Bengals were making a foolish decision to allow Joseph to test the free agent market, as you can see from this blog post.
However, when it comes to using the franchise...
There continues to be rumblings that the Cincinnati Bengals are targeting soon-to-be free agent running back Michael Bush this offseason, replacing Cedric Benson who isn't expected to return for 2012. Last week a source told NFL Insider Cecil Lammey, for ESPN Radio in Denver, that he believes Cincinnati will make a run for Bush this offseason. ESPN AFC North blogger Jamison Hensley...
The Cincinnati Bengals and starting FB Chris Pressley have agreed to a two-year extension, his agent, Blake Baratz, confirmed. Chris is one of the best people in the National Football League, and everything that he gets is well deserved. It's people like Chris that remind me that everything I do is worth it, Baratz told thesidelineview.com. Pressley, who was signed by the...
You’ve got to do whatever you have to do when you need money man. That includes letting Go Daddy write on your genitals or neck. We’ve said it a million times at Unathletic – Terrell Owens really screwed the pooch
We already know that free agent receiver Randy Moss is scheduled to meet with the New Orleans Saints today. Now it looks like he also has two other visits lined up, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva.
At this point we don’t know who the two teams are that Moss will meet with. All we know is that they’re both scheduled for next week.
But it is clear that Moss...
Since the NFL is now over that doesn’t mean cheerleading in football stops. Hell that’s far from the truth. Just ask the Arizona Rattlers of the AFL. I mean that’s one thing that this league can do well. Players might not be NFL caliber but the cheerleaders sure are.
They call them the Sidewinders and I’m sure Terrell Owens has taken notice. Or maybe not...
In my endless pursuit of further self-promotion, I spoke with Miami of Ohio guard Brandon Brooks for my upcoming book. Brooks is an especially intriguing prospect for the Bengals because the team clearly needs to upgrade the guard position and he possesses the size and versatility that the team loves. Brooks is 6-5, 353 pounds [...]