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Terrell Owens has made it no secret that he wants to return to the NFL and resume his once proud playing career. The 38-year-old diva who can barely cover his own expenses and child support said that he would love nothing better to resume his career in the Bay Area of California. Owens would like to either go back to the San Francisco 49ers, where he overstayed his welcome, or start fresh with the Oakland Raiders, where, eventually, he would no doubt overstay his welcome. After all, he did it in Philadelphia, Dallas and Cincinnati. Why would anything change at this point? The problem is that the 49ers already saw what you did to their locker room. Been there, done that. Why would they do that again? Plus, they already signed Randy Moss, and that could take enough special care and attention as it is, and Moss is far easier to deal with than Owens. And if T.O. is holding out hope that the Raiders may sign him, he needs to realize that the winds of power in Oakland have changed. Al Dav...

Terrell Owens skid continues as he “parts ways” with super agent Drew Rosenhaus

One of the last vital pieces in the professional jigsaw puzzle that is the life and times of Terrell Owens is gone. According to the NFL, Owens stated that he and Rosenhaus have “parted ways.” Should we really have to speculate on how this went down? Rosenhaus is still actively making deals for players such as LeSean McCoy and Yeremiah Bell. Owens appears to be embarking...

T.O. wants to play for 49ers or Raiders

T.O. still hasn't given up his dream of playing in the NFL again. He says on a radio interview that he still has interest in a few teams.

Terrell Owens Wants to Finish Where it Started

I came across this nice little piece on Terrell Owens from the Bay Area Sports Guy. Owens was interviewed by Brandon Tierney and Eric Davis on 95.7 FM “The Game”. It will not air until Monday, but Bay Area Sports Guy received a transcript via email: Would you have been a better fit with the 49ers (in response to the team taking a chance on Randy Moss): Owens: “Would I have...

Dallas Cowboys Jersey Numbers: Updates for Nos. 11 through 15

Roy Williams was most certainly not the greatest player to wear #11 for the Cowboys. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) In this update to the series on greatest Dallas Cowboys by their jersey numbers, we focus on numbers 11 through 15. The most noteworthy update involves #11, worn by wide receiver Roy Williams from 2008 to 2010. The Cowboys gave up a first-round pick in 2009 to acquire...
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