The 6-foot-3, 225 pound Owens, who hasn’t competed in an NFL regular season contest since suffering a torn ACL in April 2011, scored games of 185, 129 and 161 for a 475 series.
“I have a lot of stuff going on right now, but there happened to be a break in my schedule,” Owens, 39, told Bowl.com. “I wanted to experience this tournament, and the experience was good. I’m really into bowling, and I like it a lot.”
Despite impressing on the lanes, T.O. is staying conditioned “just for any opportunity that may come about” on the gridiron.
A five-time All-Pro selection and member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade Team, Owens has caught an astounding 1,078 passes for 153 touchdowns in 219 games since being taken out of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga with the 89th pick in the 1996 draft.
Still able to run the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds, it’s good that Owens is “really into bowling.”
A worthless statistics compiler with zero concept of how to partner with others, Terrell Owens will likely never “experience” NFL action again.by