Now, he just wants to be a pro bowler.
Owens made his professional bowling debut this week at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships.
He rolled a 185, 129, and 161. Not bad, but honestly that's nothing particularly special. He'll have to step up his game if he wants to make any money.
TO is the owner of the Dallas Strikers, who are part of a new professional bowling league sponsored by the Professional Bowling Association. Owens was pretty happy with his performance.
Good to see him making adjustments and improving his craft. If you asked me 5 years ago what I thought Terrell Owens would be doing in 2013, this is exactly what I would have predicted.