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Former Dallas Cowboy Terrell Owens is playing in Texas again, but you won't find him in the NFL.
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Former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens officially announced that he’s headed back to Texas to play football. This time it’s for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
Owens posted the following video on his Bee Yoo account and posted a message on Twitter, “The WAIT IS OVER!! GETCHA POPCORN READY!!”
It was reported last month that Owens will make between $250...
Terrell Owens announced his official return to football via Twitter on Wednesday. Nope, he wasn’t picked up to play with the Giants, Niners, Ravens or Patriots. T.O. is officially a member- and part-owner- of the Allen Wranglers. The Wranglers are a part of the 16-team Indoor Football League. Allen is a suburb in Dallas. Yeah, [...]
ALLEN, Texas - Terrell Owens is going indoors for his return to pro football.
The six-time Pro Bowl receiver...
ALLEN, TEXAS (AP) - Terrell Owens is going indoors for his return to pro football.The six-time Pro Bowl receiver has accepted an offer to be a player and will have an ownership stake in the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.The Wranglers, who open their season Feb. 25 at ...
Terrell Owens' return to the Dallas area won't be as triumphant as he hoped. The former NFL star announced Wednesday that he signed to play for an Indoor Football League team in the Dallas suburb of Allen.
T.O. posted a brief message on Twitter in which he said he'll be a co-owner and player for the Allen Wranglers and -- whoa, hold up. The Wranglers? The Wranglers? If...
ALLEN, Texas (AP) -- Terrell Owens is going indoors for his return to pro football.
As you’ve probably heard by now, former Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens is coming back to North Texas to play football--not for the Cowboys, but for the Indoor Football League’s Allen Wranglers. Owens will serve as a receiver and co-owner of the team, sort of like a modern day adaptation of Paul Newman’s character in “Slap Shot”--the facts that Newman’s character was a...
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