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Former NFL receiver Terrell Owens has been trying to get a shot in the NFL with no luck ever since he was cut by the Seattle Seahawks last year in training camp. Even with no job it looks like Owens still has enough money (for now) to pay bay Uncle Sam. TMZ reports that Owens paid back the $430,00 he owed the IRS. Owens is likely done in the NFL and will be forced into a retirement that started last year. If it’s over for Owens, his career stats will include 1,078 receptions, 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns and despite being considered a locker room cancer, will likely be voted into the Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility. H/T: BSO Need NFL Tickets? The post Terrell Owens pays the IRS $430,000 appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Terrell Owens no longer owes Uncle Sam for unpaid taxes dating back to his days with the Dallas Cowboys.
Owens recently paid off a tax debt of 430,000, according to TMZ.com. The former Cowboys wide receiver is currently not on an NFL roster and hes looking for employment.
According to TMZ, a federal tax lien was filed against Owens in February, claiming he owed on his income taxes...
How did this slip up the (weather) radar.
If Terrell Owens' new career as a professional bowler falls through, could local tv weatherman be his next gig?
After this attempt at Los Angeles' FOX 11, probably not.
T.O. took to the newscast with his attempt at doing the weather, giving the forecast for all of the places he played in the NFL.
San Francisco, if you were not...
T.O. seems to be doing a nice job getting out from under some of his financial problems. He has taking care of a $430k Tax Bill according to TMZ.
He paid the entire thing off, which is always a good thing, so he doesn’t have to worry about them seizing any assets. Doesn’t look like he will get another chance in the NFL, but he has name recognition, so he should be able to generate...
Manny Ramirez appeared to be done. After two drug suspensions and some well documented issues of "Manny being Manny" he looked like the Terrell Owens of baseball--immense talent but no one wants him because he's too much trouble.
The Texas Rangers have decided to give the 41-year old former slugger another shot at the...
Chad Johnson can never be second best. Remember he let Terrell Owens be Batman and Johnson said he was Robin. Johnson was just giving lip service to TO. Deep down he knew he was the real Batman.
Now just recently Chad needed to upstage Arizona Cardinals rookie Robert Gill by going faster on the treadmill. Gill was seen on the “Today” show running 25 miles per hour on a treadmill...