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Terrell Owens Still Hopes to Play in the NFL Again

Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- He hasn't played in the NFL since 2010, but former wide receiver Terrell Owens is still looking for one more shot with an NFL team.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter has reported that Owens' agent, Jordan Woy, has been in touch with a "bunch of teams."

Owens, now 39-years-old, last played for the Cincinatti Bengals and had a productive year. In 14 games, Owens caught 72 passes for 983 yards as well as nine touchdowns.

But since then, he hasn't been able to land on an NFL roster. He was part of the Seattle Seahawks last season, but was cut during training camp.

Still, Woy thinks there's still a place for Owens in the NFL.

"I know if he goes out there and gets a shot, he'll make a team," Woy said. "We've talked to a lot of teams that have said he's a great talent, we're set as of right now, but if we have injuries, we may reach back out."

Owens' number are Hall of Fame worthy. In 16 seasons, Owens has 1,078 cathces for 15,934 yards and caught 153 touchdowns. But his attitude off the field has rubbed many the wrong way. His physical abilities were never an issue for Owens, but his interaction with teammates and coaches during his career has been.

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Terrell Owens Works Out with Tom Brady 

Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) --  New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was seen working out at the University of Southern California this week with an unlikely companion, Terrell Owens.

The 39-year-old Owens tweeted about the workout.  He has not played in a regular-season NFL game since 2010 with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Owens was given a chance at an NFL comeback with the Seattle Seahawks last year, but was released after spending three weeks with the team in training camp.

Brady has been known to work out with various wide receivers near his offseason home in Southern California, most recently with Owens and newly-acquired Patriots receiver Danny Amendola.

Owens is second in the NFL all-time in receiving yards and third in receiving touchdowns.

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Terrell Owens Cut by Seahawks

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images(SEATTLE) -- Terrell Owens was waived by the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. 

The 38-year-old wide receiver announced on his Twitter page that he will no longer be a member of the team.  He signed with the Seahawks on August 6.

"I'm no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I'm truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact & will NOT waiver," he wrote.

He played in two preseason games for the Seahawks, catching only two passes.  This time around, Owens was more known for passes he didn't catch.  He dropped a 46-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Matt Flynn in the endzone during a game against the Denver Broncos.

Owens has not played in the NFL since the 2010 season when he was a member of the Cincinnati Bengals.  He had to sit out the entire 2011 season after undergoing surgery on his left knee.

It is not known whether or not Owens will attempt to latch on with another NFL team.

 NFL teams must reduce their rosters from 90 to 75 players by 4 p.m. ET on Monday.

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Terrell Owens Suits Up for First Practice With Seattle Seahawks

Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images(RENTON, Wash.) -- Newly signed wide out Terrell Owens participated in his first practice with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday.

The 38-year-old Owens is attempting a comeback after sitting out the entire 2011 season.

“A lot of people probably don’t expect me to use that word humble,” Owens said. “There’s been a lot of moments in the last two years that had me to face and say that word.”

During his 15-year NFL career, the six-time Pro Bowler has 1,078 receptions for 15,934 yards and 153 touchdowns.

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Terrell Owens Signs With Seahawks

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images(SEATTLE) -- The Seattle Seahawks signed wide receiver Terrell Owens on Monday after the free agent worked out for them, ESPN's Ed Werder reports.

The deal is for one year and $1 million.

Owens impressed Seahawks brass during the workout by running the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds.

The 38-year-old Owens has not played in the NFL since 2010, when he played for the Cincinnati Bengals.  He did not get any looks from teams in 2011 because he was recovering from surgery on his left knee.

The Seahawks, looking for depth in their receiving corps, also signed veteran receivers Braylon Edwards and Antonio Bryant.  

Owens played for the Allen Wranglers Indoor Football League team during the 2011 season and had 35 catches for 420 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games.

In 15 NFL seasons Owens has caught 1,078 passes for 15,934 yards and 153 TDs.

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Terrell Owens Impresses Seahawks

Leon Halip/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- It might be time to get your popcorn ready, again, this time in Seattle.  Wide receiver Terrell Owens worked out for the Seattle Seahawks on Monday.

Owens and the team are engaged in contract talks, according to ESPN's Ed Werder.

The 38-year-old receiver has been out of the NFL since 2010, when he last played for the Cincinnati Bengals, but the Seahawks are looking to add depth to their receiving team.

Owens played for the Allen Wranglers Indoor Football League team during the 2011 season and had 35 catches for 420 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games.

During his 15 seasons in the NFL Owens has caught 1,078 passes for 15,934 yards and 153 TDs.

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Terrell Owens Demands $160,000 From Wranglers

Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- After being released by the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, former pro-bowl wide receiver Terrell Owens is demanding $160,000 and a retraction from the team, according to

The Wranglers based out of Texas, let Owens go after he failed to show up at a local children's hospital appearance and were upset after Owens' said he did not plan on playing on the road in the team's last two regular season games that would impact their playoff chances.

On Friday, Owens' lawyers sent a letter to the team's ownership, seeking payment and an about-face as to the public allegation that he missed an event at a children’s hospital.

The deadline for the team to pay Owens is noon tomorrow.  If the team fails to meet T.O.'s request, he'll head to court looking to settle the feud there.

Get your popcorn ready.

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Terrell Owens Cut by Indoor Football League Team

MONICA M. DAVEY/AFP/Getty Images(DALLAS) -- Terrell Owens days as an Indoor Football League receiver are over. The Allen Wranglers cut Owens on Tuesday after the team said the former NFL wide receiver didn't plan to play in two upcoming road games with possible playoff implications.

Owens, who signed with the team in February, receiving a six-figure salary and an ownership stake in the team will also no longer have that stake after the team terminated that for violating the terms his contract.

"It's disappointing and unfortunate," Owner Jon Frankel told on Tuesday, "but [he] could no longer be tolerated by the Wrangler organization."

Owens was also a no-show for a scheduled local children's hospital event, which marked the end of the road for T.O. in Dallas.

"Our fans are amongst the best in the league, and it is impossible to maintain a player when even our fans notice and comment on a player's lack of effort both on and off the field," Frankel said in a statement released to

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Terrell Owens Still Wants To Play In the NFL

MONICA M. DAVEY/AFP/​Getty Images(ALLEN, Texas) -- Even though he didn't play for anyone during the 2011 season, former NFL All-Pro wide receiver Terrell Owens still wants to play in the NFL. Whether anyone wants him, however, is a whole different subject.

The 38-year old Owens recently signed with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League. Owens will have 50 percent ownership group of the team, and can earn as much as $500,000 with the Wranglers. Despite his new IFL fame, Owens still thinks he can play at a high level in the NFL.

"It was an opportunity for myself and my family," Owens said. "It's a way for myself to keep in shape. I haven't retired from the NFL. I want to play a couple more years. This right here will allow me to do that and assess where I am. I know I'm physically fit to play the game still."

After suffering a knee injury in the off-season, Owens worked his way back to make a return to the NFL, but never garnered the interest he thought he would get.

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Owens Headed to Indoor Football League

MONICA M. DAVEY/AFP/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL free-agent wide receiver Terrell Owens will be back in football -- just not the NFL, for now.

Owens will be headed to the Indoor Football League.  Yes, the IFL.

He announced on Twitter, via a video, that he will play for and also be the part-owner of the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.

"Uh-oh, it's official. It just went down. I'm headed back to Texas. That's right. IFL, here I come. Allen, Texas, here I come. I'm gonna be me." said Owens.  "Allen, Texas, I'll see you in the end zone."

Get your popcorn ready.

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