Terrell Owens' return to the NFL lasted all of 20 days, being released by the Seahakws on Sunday. After signing a one-year deal on Aug. 6th, Owens was attempting to make his NFL comeback after going unsigned and sitting out of all the 2011 season.
Terrell Owens was cut yesterday from the indoor football league team, the Allen Wranglers. Owens was a no-show for children's hospital appearance as well as refusing to play in two road games with playoff implications.
The NFL is getting very big when it comes to protecting their players, and they kept it going this week as they fined Roman Harper for his hit on Carolina Panthers wideout Steve Smith. Roman got tagged with a $15,000 fine.
When medicine in the West fails to produce the results wanted some people go aboard looking for their miracle cure. This is the case of NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens, who is seeking stem cell treatments in Korea.
When Terrell Owens signed with the Buffalo Bills this off-season, there were plenty of eyebrows being raised. Buffalo seemed like an odd fit for a receiver who has had a hard time living peaceably with some of the better quarterbacks in the NFL.