Terrell Owens Wants to Play Football Again Possibly in the CFL

Former Moc Terrell Owens may come out of retirement to play in the Canadian Football League. His agent says Owens dreams of playing in the NFL, but considers the CFL his next best option. Owens has not played football since 2010 with the Cincinnati Bengals.
The 44-year-old Owens recently ran a 4.4 forty, but a few CFL players still think his possible return is a joke.

Said S.J. Green of Toronto:”Just don’t disrespect the league man. Don’t come up here thinking this is a bush nit league. Something you can just come out of retirement seven or eight years down the road and not come into the league respecting the players.” Said Bo Levi Mitchell of Toronto:”But he’s 44-years-old. You know he’s not playing quarterback. I thought Chad Johnson would be able to come into the league and do something as well, and you saw that didn’t happen.” Said Duron Carter of Saskatchewan:”I’ve guarded Terrell Owens in a celebrity basketball game, and I locked him down then, and I’ll lock him down now.”

Owens is under contract with the CFL team in Edmonton, but he has activated a part of his deal  that if the team doesn’t sign him in ten days, he becomes a free agent. Owens will go into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 4th. He’s making his speech at UTC’s McKenzie Arena.

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