Just when you thought Terrell Owens’ career was done, he attempts a comeback that might rival Brett Farve. Popular opinion was that Owens was done in the NFL but not according to the Seattle Seahawks who are bringing him in for a workout Monday morning.
While the wide receiver hasn’t been signed yet, the Seahawks appear to be trying to bring in talent at the position. They recently signed Braylon Edwards and subsequently released Antonio Bryant.
In an odd twist of irony, Bryant and Owens were both signed to the Cincinnati Bengals roster during the 2010 offseason. However a knee injury forced the Bengals to release Bryant in August 2010.
Owens recently found work playing for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League where both sides claimed the other violated the contract agreement between Owens and the Wranglers.
Not long after that Owens appeared on the Dr. Phil Show where he was outed by the mother’s of three of his children that he owed child support. Recent reports claim that he is currently catching up on those payments.
Owens should put in a good workout with the Seahawks since this likely will be his swan song for his future in the NFL. But head coach Pete Carroll is famous for giving players like Owens another shot.