Owens, a five-time All-Pro selection and member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, primarily impressed Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and other team officials by running the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds during a workout on August 6.
“I’m no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I’m truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact & will NOT waiver,” tweeted Owens, 38, who has alienated six franchises since the San Francisco 49ers regrettably took him out of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with the 89th pick in the 1996 NFL Draft.
The native of Alabama, a worthless statistics compiler with zero concept of the word “team,” embarrassed himself by dropping numerous passes in preseason games against the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs.
Owens, who was comically axed and stripped of his ownership stake in the iconic Allen Wranglers of the second-rate Indoor Football League in May for a “lack of effort both on and off the field,” hasn’t competed in a regular season contest since suffering a torn ACL in April 2011.
Delusional pundits believe the admirer of hydrocodone, who was nearly sent to jail in July for being in excess of $20,000 behind child support payments for his seven-year-old daughter, could greatly benefit a team on the fringe of winning.
In actuality, Owens, who has caught an astounding 1,078 passes for 153 touchdowns, is a cancerous clown pocket who’s capable of destroying a harmonious squad.
The Seahawks, who missed the 2011 playoffs with a 7-9 record that placed them third in the NFC West, have already improved by canning one of the most unlikable prima donnas in the annals of sports.
“Big Balls Pete” absolutely made the “Rain City” a sunnier metropolitan area this weekend by parting with Terrell Owens.by