In the midst of rehabbing his torn ACL hurt during the offseason, Terrell Owens is biding his team as he hunts for a new team interested in his receiving services. It certainly won’t be easy as Owens will turn 38 in December and is known for disrupting locker rooms like it-s part of his contract. For those reasons, many teams may turn away from Owens when he is healthy enough to begin playing in the NFL this year.
Some teams willing to give the six-time Pro Bowler a chance are the New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, New England Patriots, and the Oakland Raiders.Confused? Here ‘s a little help . The Jets were not far from the Super Bowl last year and Owens may be the missing piece, but are the Jets willing to take on another aging receiver as they already have with Plaxico Burress? The Ravens have all the pieces in place for a Super Bowl run and may like a veteran with sure hands to help with possession receiving. The Patriots are notorious for taking chances on other teams’ discards (see Albert Haynesworth and Chad Ochocinco), but may feel they have enough questionable players already filling their roster. Lastly, the Raiders are another team who likes to fly blind at times and owner Al Davis is known for signing players he likes regardless of whether they have enough left in the tank or fit the scheme.
Terrell Owens may have some suitors when he comes back fully healthy and much depends on the wide receiver depth of NFL teams at that time as well as other injuries that may force teams to become desperate at that position.
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