Head West: A Glance Around the Day's News in the NFC West (8/7)

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Head West: A Glance Around the Day's News in the NFC West (8/7)
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Can Terrell Owens walk his way back to NFL success?

The biggest news out of the NFC West on Monday was the official announcement that 38-year-old wide receiver Terrell Owens signed with the Seattle Seahawks.

Owens worked out for the Hawks earlier in the day and reportedly ran a 4.4-second 40-yard dash. More on this later.

Other news notes around the division include the Arizona Cardinals putting Sunday night’s loss behind them as they prepare for the Kansas City Chiefs; Danario Alexander trying to get healthy in St. Louis; the Rams’ secondary is healing up; Mike Singletary coming back to Candlestick; Delanie Walker’s new role; and Calais Campbell philanthropy.

Beginning in Seattle, where Owens’ signing (via terrellowens.com) was the news of the day, and still is. Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com thinks Pete Carroll is the perfect coach for Owens, who will compete for a starting job. Owens’ sub-4.5 40 definitely got people talking. TO is definitely glad to be back in the NFL.


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