Where? Oh Where? Will T.O. Go?

Posted: July 20, 2010 by NattieLiz in NFL

After a mediocre show on VH1, its time for T.O. to get back to his real job: playing football. But this year, the free agent receiver might have a tough time finding a job. HA! welcome to the real world T.O.  As the start of camp moves closer, T.O. seems to be making desperate attempts for attention, like saying he would love to go to the Patriots while comparing himself to Lebron James. These are all desperate cries for help since more teams are openly saying they are just not that interested in the 36-year-old wide receiver. The Chargers have passed, Redskins said its a no-go, and recently the Seahawks have denied poor T.O. any playing time.

Recently Owens expressed his frustration that he has a bad reputation in the League, “Some of the golden boys that they kind of highlight throughout the course of the season, those are the guys that are getting in trouble. Somehow I get lumped into those topics, which blows my mind”. Hmmm this sounds like a job for Kita and Monique. Let’s hope they really get down to the bottom of this on the next episode of  The T.O. Show.  Owens added, “I’ve never been in any trouble. I know right from wrong. I try to make the right choices and judgments when I’m out in the public.”  This maybe true now, but T.O. went through some questionable times in his earlier years with the 49’s and Cowboys. Maybe we should ask Tony Romo about T.O.’s  “judgements when out in public”.

With all that said, before pursuing acting and interior design (no joke he said that) Owens wants to play 2 or 3 more seasons in the NFL. Here are some of his potential prospects at this point in the preseason. Ravens, Steelers, Titans, Bears, Jets, Falcons, and Colts.  Owens has expressed confidence he will be playing somewhere in the NFL when the season begins, “I feel like I have enough talent to be a starter on any team,” he said. “That’s what’s so frustrating.”

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Comments
  1. mama you know who says:

    someone will take him. he is after all a great player.

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