Terrell Owens insisted Friday he is neither broke, nor finished in the NFL.
It was a timely declaration, given the gaggle of irate ex-lovers chasing the fallen football star for child support.
The last installment in the Terrell Owens soap opera was played out on Tuesday's "Dr. Phil" show, where he was confronted by the mothers of three of his four children over dwindling child support payments and his lack of time for his kids.
The 38-year-old conceded in a radio interview Friday that much of the $80-$100 million he earned during his career was "stolen and mismanaged," but he denied suggestions he'd blown the lot.
He also revealed plans to rekindle his NFL career.
"I'm not broke," the six-time Pro Bowler told 790 AM in Atlanta. "My broke, for the normal person, is not their broke."
"My circumstances have changed. That means I don't make the same amount of money that I used to make. ... I'm not an extravagant-living-type person. I didn't blow my money," Owens went on, accordin...