Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Terrell Owens cut by Indoor Football League team

Terrell Owens/Courtesy: allenwranglers.com
We were just as shocked to hear this news as you were (sarcasm). The "Player", the man who thought he'd be the greatest wide receiver in NFL history can't keep his job in the Indoor Football League.

The Allen Wranglers announced today they've released Terrell Owens.

Not only did Owens attempt to play for the team, he was given a partial ownership share.

But apparently, it only took a couple of months for his co-owners to get tired of his act. The team says the "Straw that broke the camels back" was Owens no-showing a hospital event. But of course there was the matter of him picking and choosing which games he felt like playing in too.

Read the press release from the team RIGHT HERE

We'd laugh hysterically at this if it wasn't so typical of Owens. He's never gotten the fact that he is not bigger than any team that he has played for.


It's apparently never dawned on him that the problem is not the team he plays for or the players he plays with...its him.

Why else would nobody in the NFL touch him this past season? And they won't touch him this season either.

It's just kind of sad because with a normal person's head, Owens really could have been the greatest wide receiver ever. But the guy is living, breathing proof that it doesn't matter how talented you are, if you are unable to play with others, there's no room for you at the inn.

Maybe this was too much for him:

Wonder what the baby mamas are going to do now? This may have been too much info here as our "Anti-Hero" tries to appear sympathetic on Dr. Phil's show:

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