Terrell Owens will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August. But he won’t be there to celebrate his enshrinement.
The 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction class will include some of the biggest names of the era as we learn tonight from Adam Schefter that Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher, and Brian Dawkins have earned enshrinement.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its next induction class this evening, and Terrell Owens is not among the seven members. This is, as it was last year, bullshit.
Terrell Owens is still talking about being snubbed for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and he’s got a point. He should be a shoo-in, but the HOF election procedures are messed up, and there’s a wide receiver logjam at the top that’s going to make guys like Owens wait longer than they should. Owens said part of the…
Terrell Owens is second all-time in receiving yards, sixth in catches, and third all-time in receiving touchdowns, yet was not elected to the Hall Of Fame this year, in his first year of eligibility. Owens announced the news this evening.
After poor performances from New England's rookie WRs Aaron Dobson and Kenbrell Thompkins through two weeks, some reactionary writers did what they did best: They flipped the hell out.
It goes without saying that Terrell Owens, at 39 years old, probably isn't going to be catching any footballs anytime soon. Still, a man's got to find an outlet for all that aggression and adrenaline and competitive spirit. So...bowling? Bowling.
Did you know Terrell Owens and Jerome Bettis own bowling teams? You probably didn't know that. We sure didn't, so when this popped up on ESPN's lazy Sunday PBA coverage it gave us a bit of a start. After all, T.O.'s last stint as a pro sports team owner didn't go so well. We're told this time around it's a bit more…
Tipster Daniel F. sends along this video from a Santa Monica rec league softball game tonight that featured constantly unemployed wide receiver Terrell Owens. Here's the scouting report from Daniel, who sent along* the above video:
Yesterday, TMZ published an item about a woman who had approached them offering to sell some pics of Terrell Owens. Those photos, according to TMZ, were "some VERY graphic images featuring himself ... with himself." Translation: The woman says T.O. was fapping. Here's more:
Things are getting serious in the Terrell Owens-indoor football team tiff. As we have covered, Owens was released because he failed to show up for some event for sick children—that was the spin, anyway.
Yes, yes, it's fun to believe, and goes perfectly with every T.O. stereotype we have, that Terrell Owens was released by the Allen (Texas) Wranglers because he's just too much of a diva. And it's probably true—Owens is kind of a selfish jerk who was dicking around in the IFL for some quick cash and the opportunity to…
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When last we left Terrell Owens, he was catching touchdowns for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, and getting knocked into the stands, and still harboring dreams of an NFL comeback. That may not be in the cards, but Owens is finding the time to squeeze in his second passion: acting.
Terrell Owens's contract with the Allen Wranglers stipulates he only has to play home games, but he's let it be known he can be enticed to hop on the metaphorical bus with the rest of his team if the opposition agrees to pay him separately. It appears that's what happened today, as T.O. took to the road in facing…
T.O. made his mostly ignored debut in the Indoor Football League tonight, and while he was mostly invisible in the first quarter, his grab early in the second period put his Allen (Tex.) Wranglers up by a touchdown on Wichita. This is happening, folks. [Time Warner Cable]
In a not-so-stunning reversal of policy, Roger Goodell will keep his sticky fingers out of the wallets of NFL Players who are found tweeting during game action tonight. The NFL will actually allow players to tweet from the sidelines during the Pro Bowl and even encourage players to update Facebook. Maybe even…