Found March 05, 2012 on Fox Sports Southwest:
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The T.O. indoor show will hit the road for the first time Sunday. Terrell Owens, the often controversial former NFL receiver now playing arena football for the Allen Wranglers, has agreed to play his first road game Sunday against the New Mexico Stars in Rio Rancho, N.M. Owens' contract with the Allen Wranglers is only for home games. The Wranglers have played one road game since Owens made his indoor debut on Feb. 25 at the Allen Event Center, catching three touchdown passes. "Because we signed that deal late with him, his schedule wasn't 100 percent available, but he's doing his best," Wranglers co-owner Jon Frankel said. Frankel denied a report that teams must give Owens a percentage of the gate for him to play in their arenas. He said the main issue is Owens' availability. "That's not true," Frankel said. "There (are) different things going on based on different scenarios. The No. 1 thing is he wants to play. There are different ...
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