Seattle will become gloomier by adding the detestable Terrell Owens

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The mere presence of Terrell Owens will destroy the Seattle Seahawks.

Detestable, and unemployed, wide receiver Terrell Owens impressed Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and other team officials during a workout today in Seattle.

Owens, 38, a five-time All-Pro selection and member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, ran the 40 in 4.45 seconds earlier this afternoon and is expected to sign a deal with the desperate Seahawks within the coming days.

The native of Alabama, a worthless statistics compiler with zero concept of the word “team,” was comically released in May by the Allen Wranglers of the second-rate Indoor Football League.

Owens, 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, was axed and stripped of his ownership stake in the iconic Wranglers for a “lack of effort both on and off the field.”

Delusional pundits claim 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, hasn’t been offered an NFL contract due to a torn ACL he suffered in April 2011.

In actuality, Owens, who has caught an astounding 1,078 passes for 153 touchdowns, is presently jobless because he is one of the most unlikable prima donnas in the annals of sports.

The Seahawks, who missed the 2011 playoffs with a 7-9 record that placed them third in the NFC West, recently inked Braylon Edwards to a contract and it is evident “Big Balls Pete” is attempting to stockpile shopworn receivers.

Unfortunately for Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, the reprehensible Terrell Owens will hinder the franchise and create a gloomier atmosphere than ever in the “Rain City.”

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