Found April 21, 2013 on FatManWriting:
When Terrell Owens talks, people listen. Maybe it is because he is a little on the self-absorbed side and tends to say the wrong thing a lot. Maybe it is because he is learning and actually speaks with wisdom sometimes. Or maybe it is because the man is still an incredible athlete and will go down as one of the greatest wide receivers whether he plays the game again or not. Which he would like to do (play the game again that is)--and hopefully for the Chicago Bears. Come to me Terrell... Bears fans, before you start to have nightmares about the many ways that TO could damage the already fragile chemistry that the Da Bears have on offense it is not something that there is any reason to believe the team plans on doing. It is just TO thinking out loud and hoping someone will give him a chance. "To think about (Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall) on the other side and me on one side, that's really dangerous. I'm keeping myself in shape just for any opport...
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