Byron Hetzler-US PRESSWIRE
Love him or hate him, Terrell Owens is still one of the top receivers in NFL history. He is ranked No. 2 in receiving yards in a career, and is ranked 4th all-time in total TDs scored with 156. Coincidentally, the man behind him on that list is Randy Moss with 154.
T.O. has been off and on teams for the better part of a decade. His last season in the NFL was in 2010 where he had a great year with the Bengals, amassing almost 1,000 yards and nine TDs.
Knee surgery and a brief stint in arena football followed. The Seahawks are now giving him a shot after impressive workouts, and the 38-year-old even ran the 40 in 4.45 seconds.
Cue his first preseason game with Seattle, and all the high hopes were diminished after Owens seemingly dropped a touchdown pass. But he recovered in the next game as he caught two passes for 41 yards.
Let's not forget the man has been out of the game for quite a while. It will take him some time to get back to speed, but once he has.... well let's just say he isn't near the top of all major receiving records for no reason.
Edit: (Alright, T.O. has been cut. I guess he won't have a productive season after all. That is of course, if no team comes calling. But injuries are a major factor in the NFL and everyone is currently aware that Owens is physically able to play right now.)