Why Wouldn’t Terrell Owens Be Interested in Joining the New England Patriots?
Over the last couple of years, Terrell Owens has been desperately trying to find a new home in the NFL, but he unfortunately hasn’t had any luck since the 2010 season when he was part of the Cincinnati Bengals. Owens was briefly a member of the Seattle Seahawks during training camp last year, but he’s having trouble once again finding a new home for the 2013 season.
Recently, Owens expressed interest in joining the New England Patriots and while the team made it clear they’re not interested in bringing the wideout on board for the 2013 season–does it really come as a surprise Owens attempted to make this happen?
Obviously, any wide receiver in the league would be lucky to join a team like the Patriots considering they have one of the best quarterbacks in Tom Brady running the offense. As long as Brady is healthy and in the lineup, New England is always going to be one of the top contenders in the AFC and for a player who has yet to win a Super Bowl–Owens would join the Patriots in a heartbeat if they were interested.
Unfortunately for Owens, it appears New England isn’t interested and he’s still without a home for the 2013 season. At this point, Owens can say just about anything that he wants to try and convince the Patriots to give him a chance, but there’s no way that is going to happen anytime soon as the last thing they want to do is bring a player on board that is only going to be a head case in the locker room.
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