Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 3/8/13

Terrell Owens may not have a career in the NFL any longer, but he appears to have a future in modeling. Owens apparently has signed with the Los Angeles branch of global modeling agency Next Management. The information was shared on Twitter Thursday by Owens’ former personal assistant, Adrienne Williams, and retweeted by Owens who thanked her for the congratulations. “@adriennemw: Congrats to @terrellowens for signing w/ Next Models LA…coming to a billboard near you! #werk instagr.am/p/WkGiOxM8TK/” Thanks — Terrell Owens (@terrellowens) March 8, 2013 Owens even has a profile in the Los Angeles section of Next Management’s website alongside scores of other models. Next Management boasts top models such as Abbey Lee, Anja Rubik, Arizona Muse, Malgosia Bela, Meghan Collison, Suvi Koponen, and Zuzanna Bijoch as a part of its roster, according to the agency’s website. They also represent superstars like Andrés Velencoso, David Agbodji, Jon Kortajarena, Marlon Teixeira, and Larry Scott on the men’s side. Owens is 39 and has not played in the NFL since 2010. The six-time Pro Bowler was released by the Seattle Seahawks last August after trying to make their roster in the preseason. Owens has long been infatuated with his looks, famously uttering the catch phrase, “I love me some me!” It looks like plenty of others love them some Owens. Related posts: Terrell Owens signs with new agent in hopes of resuming NFL career Terrell Owens campaigns for job with Jets Terrell Owens Officially Joining Allen Wranglers of Indoor Football League

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