Terrell Owens agrees to contract with the Seattle Seahawks

Get your popcorn ready, TO is heading to the Seahawks

8/6/12 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5134 respect

Mar. 2, 2012; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Football player Terrell Owens in attendance of the game between the Phoenix Suns against the Los Angeles Clippers at the US Airways Center. The Suns defeated the Clippers 81-78. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIREJay Glazer has reported that Terrell Owens has agreed to a one year contract with the Seattle Seahawks.

Owens joins a receiving corps that previously featured guys like Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin and Ricardo Lockette.

TO spent last year wallowing in the Indoor Football League, as a player-owner with the Allen Wranglers. He played 8 games for the Wranglers, but was released in May.

Owens is tied with Randy Moss for 2nd all time with 153 receiving TD, and 2nd all time with 15,934 receiving yards.

Do you think Owens will be a good addition to the Seahawks? Or will he just be a distraction, like he has been everywhere else he has gone?
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8/7/12   |   Jeff_P   |   19776 respect

Jess wrote:
I have no idea what he will or won't do. I can't get excited about this signing, but I can't get upset about it either, considering it is relatively low risk, financially. My only worry is that his attitude may affect this very young team...but hopefully PC can keep him in check. I don't necessarily agree with this decision but what the hay - it's only a game, and if he can produce, he might just help give this team the offensive jump-start they need.

HANG IT UP TurnOver....you couldnt make it in arena ball...what makes you think you can play at this level....DO YA NEED THE MONEY ???????........PR move by the HAWKS........BAD PR........

8/7/12   |   beerstudk   |   1538 respect

I think he'll be okay, he needs the money and he's usually good for a year before his BS starts.  And if he acts like an a$$, they can cut him and not have to worry about losing that much money.  I think that an old TO is still better than anyone else the Seahawks have on their roster.

8/7/12   |   Jess   |   32844 respect

I have no idea what he will or won't do. I can't get excited about this signing, but I can't get upset about it either, considering it is relatively low risk, financially. My only worry is that his attitude may affect this very young team...but hopefully PC can keep him in check. I don't necessarily agree with this decision but what the hay - it's only a game, and if he can produce, he might just help give this team the offensive jump-start they need.