Terrell Owens Agrees To One Year Deal With Seattle Seahawks
Terrell Owens has finally found his way back to football. The former Pro Bowl wideout and all around head case has agreed to a one year deal with the Seattle Seahawks. This deal could end up working out for both teams but it sounds like a match destined to fail.
TO flew up to Seattle to workout for the team and it must have worked out like a charm. A lot of people thought that Terrell Owens was going to be out of football for the rest of his life but he has found his way back. The Seahawks are trying any warm body out at receiver so Owens could not hurt on a one year deal.
If this deal blows up, the Seahawks can easily cut Owens. They will not have to deal with the issues that he brings on a long term deal. If he starts acting out, they can cut him and be on their merry way. The one year deal and lack of interest might actually be good for a guy like Terrell Owens.
If Owens shows any of his old skill, he will be a good fit for the Seahawks. He can make plays but his age might be the biggest factor going against him. He is not the same guy that he once was and he has to realize that. He has to work that much harder to get open and make the plays that he always has.
Make sure you have your popcorn ready Seattle. TO is coming to town and he is hoping to put on a show. This is going to end in a great way for somebody. Owens will get redeemed and the Seahawks scare some people in the NFC or Owens fails and everyone laughs.
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