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Terrell Owens can still have an impact on a team depleted of wide receivers.
At one point in his career the dynamic Terrell Owens was the star of the franchise. That time has come and gone, and now T.O. must simply accept a role as squad player.
Before taking the 2011 season off, Terrell found himself in Cincinnati as a member of the Bengals—paired with Chad Ochocinco to form a deadly duo. And boy, were they lethal!
Owens had 72 receptions for 983 yards—averaging 13.7 yards per reception. He finished the season with nine touchdowns, which was certainly an accomplishment for T.O.
There is certainly going to be a market for Owens' services. He's a low-risk high-reward player and the gamble will be worth it.
After all, he's sure to be a future Hall of Famer.