November 12, 2005
As an African American who gets up and goes to work every day at a normal job, I am sick and tired of the reprehensible, despicable and inexcusable behavior demonstrated by a bunch of spoiled brats who make millions of dollars playing games. I would not pay one red cent to see Terrell Owens do anything but push a broom for a living (broom pushers, please forgive me; I would not want to afflict you with this idiot's presence, either). LAFAYETTE FUNCHES Inglewood Indignation and outrage over Terrell Owens' latest rantings against his own team appear to be misplaced, appropriate only for those who continue to harbor illusions of the traditional concept of "team" in the NFL. Players are now only loosely affiliated independent contractors, offering their services based solely on remuneration.
October 17, 1999 |
San Francisco 49er wide receiver Terrell Owens will sit out today's game against the Carolina Panthers because of a high ankle sprain that forced him to spend part of the last week in a cast. Owens was ruled out after tests were performed Saturday on the ankle. * Hurricane Irene probably won't force the Jacksonville Jaguars to postpone today's game against the Cleveland Browns.
January 22, 2005
Randy Moss, Terrell Owens, Barry Bonds and all the other egomaniacal pro athletes could learn a thing or two -- or three or four -- from Warrick Dunn [Jan. 18] about class, humility and being a decent person. I'll be cheering for the Falcons because of Dunn. Rich Rudy San Diego The St. Louis Rams have filed a protest to the NFL. The protest states that they were not informed that the game against the Atlanta Falcons was a tackle football game. They are submitting the tape of the game as evidence.
September 27, 2006 |
Dallas Cowboys receiver Terrell Owens was hospitalized Tuesday night after suffering an allergic reaction to pain medication probably being taken for his broken right hand, according to newspaper and broadcast reports. "This is not serious," Owens' publicist Kim Etheridge said in today's online edition of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Repeated calls from the Associated Press to Owens' agent, his publicist and the Cowboys were not returned.
November 12, 2000 |
Terrell Owens, the NFL's second-leading receiver, might miss the San Francisco 49ers' game against Kansas City today because of a turf toe injury. Coach Steve Mariucci said Owens' availability would be decided at game time. Even if Owens plays, J.J. Stokes is expected to start in his place.