4/10KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Terrell Owens feeling good: Free-agent WR Terrell Owens (Bengals) is reportedly healthy and feeling good. 'I'm keeping myself in shape. I'm sure everyone...[+] knows I'm playing in the Indoor Football League with the Allen Wranglers,' Owens said. 'We're 5-1 right now and I'm having fun. I'm using it as a way to keep myself in shape to play a few more years.'
News -- February 2012
2/15KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Terrell Owens lost close to $80 million? : Free-agent WR Terrell Owens (Bengals) said he lost close to $80 million over the span of his 15-year NFL career. Owens wants...[+] players to be more aware of where their financial earnings are going. 'It's partially my fault because I didn't manage and I wasn't (as) on top of my financial people as I should have (been),' Owens said. 'Again, who's to say how much I lost? Have I lost money? Yeah. Was it $80 million? I doubt it. But at the same time, I feel like this is a situation for me to go out and speak and let a lot of guys know that are coming into the National Football League, or any league for that matter ... When you have financial advisers that you're dealing with and that are on their team that are supposed to be taking care of their finances.'
2/10KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Ravens | Terrell Owens feels he would have helped: Free-agent WR Terrell Owens (Bengals) said he could have helped the Baltimore Ravens in their quest to win a Super Bowl this past...[+] season. 'You look at the AFC championship. The Baltimore Ravens the past two years brought in two guys they thought could get the job done,' Owens said. 'It comes down to crucial catches and they didnt make those catches. So I am definitely aware of my talents.'
2/9KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Terrell Owens still feels he is an elite WR: Free-agent WR Terrell Owens (Bengals) still feels he is an elite wide receiver and he is surprised no one wanted him during the...[+] 2011 season. Williams was introduced Wednesday, Feb. 8, to a crowd, as a wide receiver for the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League. He will also receive a 50 percent ownership in the franchise. '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.'
News -- January 2012
1/20KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Terrell Owens feels he can still play : Former NFL WR Terrell Owens feels he could have competed in the league this season, even at less than full strength. 'It's not...[+] a question,' Owens said. 'I think everybody knows that even at 50 percent or 70 percent or 80 percent, I could have done some of the things if not better than what was out there on the field. Not to mention any names, but I think everybody knows what I'm capable of. My track record speaks for itself. I wasn't even 100 percent in the Super Bowl and I played on one leg basically. So from that standpoint alone, I felt like I could have played.'
1/19KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Terrell Owens joining Indoor Football League: Former NFL WR Terrell Owens announced that he will join the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League, where he will also...[+] serve as part owner to the club.
News -- November 2011
11/5KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: NFL | Arrest warrant issued for Terrell Owens : A California judge has issued a bench warrant for free-agent WR Terrell Owens' (Bengals) arrest for not appearing at a scheduled...[+] child support hearing Oct. 24. Owens claims he had an obligation to attend a public workout session in the hopes of securing an NFL contract.
4/30KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Bengals | Terrell Owens unlikely to return: The Cincinnati Bengals are unlikely to re-sign WR Terrell Owens, who is an unrestricted free agent when the league season begins....[+]
News -- March 2011
3/8KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Bengals | Cedric Benson would like to return: Cincinnati Bengals impending free-agent WR Cedric Benson said he is receptive to re-signing with the team, particularly with offensive...[+] coordinator Jay Gruden replacing former offensive coordinator Bob Bratkowski, according to Joe Reedy, of The Cincinnati Enquirer. 'We had an interesting conversation about a lot of things,' Benson said. 'We have a lot of things in common as far as the way we see the game.' With the team ready to move on from QB Carson Palmer, impending free-agent WR Terrell Owens not returning and WR Chad Ochocincos future in doubt, Benson is the offenses biggest free agent and possibly lone skill position player from last seasons opening week lineup who might return.
News -- January 2011
1/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Jets | Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco interested: Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Ochocinco and pending free-agent WR Terrell Owens said during 'The T. Ocho show' that they would both...[+] like to play for the New York Jets next season, according to Ohm Youngmisuk, of ESPNNewYork.com. 'They will make it to this point every year,' Ochocinco said about the Jets, who made it to their second straight AFC Championship Game. 'I'd do anything to play for someone like Rex Ryan or anyone who has that type of mentality.' Owens also put in his bid to play in New York. 'I'm jumping on that bandwagon, too, because I was thinking the exact same thing, Chad,' Owens said.