We're over the Terrell Owens thing. Have been for about seven years now.
However, seeing Drew Rosenhaus two weeks ago brought back the memories. Besides, if ESPN feels a need to post it as a headline, well, we'll buy it — just for one day.
Terrell Owens was released Tuesday by the Allen Wranglers, a team in the Indoor Football League (IFL). OK, who didn't see this coming, right? The shocking part is that Owens was actually a part-owner of the franchise and that stake has been terminated due to his failure to honor his contract. Despite making a six-figure salary, Owens reportedly blew off an upcoming charity event and refused to play in the Wranglers' final two road games.
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"It's disappointing and unfortunate," Wrangler owner Jon Frankel said of releasing Owens, "but [he] could no longer be tolerated by the Wrangler organization."
Owens caught 35 passes for 420 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight IFL games.