Just in case you were unsure, just in case your belief in second chances extended to accommodate thirds, fourths, even fifths, just in case he had not made it so abundantly clear during his 14 year NFL careers, Terrell Owens has been released by the Allen Wranglers, an Indoor Football League team with whom Owens signed a 6-figure contract just last year.
How did he manage this? By behaving so selfishly it's almost poetry. Ugly, ugly poetry. To start, he refused to accompany the team on two upcoming road games that were reportedly critical to the Wranglers' playoff chances. Prior to this, the Wrangler faithful had taken notice of Owens' lack of effort on the field, despite the fact that it was both small and under a roof. Punctuating what we can only hope is the end of his career, Owens failed to show up for a scheduled appearance at a children's hospital.
I repeat, Terrell Owens did not show up to a scheduled appearance at a children's hospital.
Is this finally the last stop for Owens? Let's be thankful that he has already tried, and failed, to star in his own reality show. The man is so troubled, his lack of character has managed to overshadow the tremendous list of records he holds as a receiver. And it all began in such promising fashion...
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Terrell Owens Released by Indoor Football League Team