Remember Terrell Owens? He’s always been quite the Renaissance man. He played in the NFL for a few years, then spent some time on reality television programs. He even played semi-pro basketball for a short time. Now he’s playing indoor football. He’s pretty good at it too. Owens caught three passes in his Allen Wranglers debut – all for touchdowns. Is T.O. just trying to keep busy in his old age? Or is he trying to prove he can still ball? He’s certainly capable of whatever Chad Ochocinco did last season to deserve an NFL roster spot. The question is, could an NFL team possibly see T.O. dominating sub-NFL competition and decide he’s worth the institutional headaches that he causes? Get your popcorn indeed.
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