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Terrell Owens might as well list his new career as reality star. Owens will be making an appearance on Oxygen’s Girlfriend Confidential LA. It appears Terrell had a relationship of some sort with cast member Denyce Lawton and stopped calling, pulling the old vanishing move on her. He has a lot of “stuff” [...]
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Terrell Owens reportedly only made $4,342.86 during his short stint with the Seattle Seahawks, a total that means he was paid approximately $28.57 per hour.
Now that he could have played his last snap in the NFL, there will come a time where everything that Terrell Owens’ every move will not be news.
For now, Owens, his muddled fiancés and his baby mama dram equals information that people want to read about so let’s get started.
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Nothing really surprising about this. Owens’ baby mamas jumped the gun in trying to get his child support payments increase before T.O. had made the team.
They should have waited to at least see if he made the regular season roster before looking like a greedy women only out of money.
Even when T.O. was cut, they are still going after the money, but Owens is telling the judge...
If Terrell Owens known the outcome of his future with the Seattle Seahawks, most likely he would had remained searching for a team instead of trying to make the team. According to a report, Owens was only paid $4,342.86 for his time with the Seahawks, which is pretty sad given the fact that Owens, at one point, made $49 million with the Eagles almost 10 years ago. If you do the calculations...
According to new documents filed in his L.A. child support case, Terrell Owens only brought in $28 per hour during his short pre-season membership with the Seattle Seahawks.
Owens is required to submit paperwork showing his financial status as part of his court case which includes two of his baby mamas. Owens pay stubs show he only made $4,342.86 for 152 hours of work.
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