For the most part, Terrell Owens has left us in the dark in regards to his NFL future. So far, a few teams have been mentioned and linked to Owens, but an outcome is yet to be decided.
The most recent one, of course, is Chicago, as Owens has taken it upon himself to hunt down Jay Cutler in Chicago and scout-out a possible contract.
Quite frankly, this isn't surprising. Owens is no stranger to conflict, and if he wants something he will do his damnedest to get it.
Aside from T.O's future, though, his skills must be analyzed. In his time with Buffalo, he seemed a little quiet. He was overshadowed, outplayed, and sometimes failed to even make headlines.
Perhaps this was due to T.O. playing with a small market team, or perhaps it was due to the poor stats that he posted and the overall disappointing 2009 season.
Whichever one it was, how will T.O. really do in 2010?
Honestly, I have no clue. On one hand I relive the past, and remember just how dominant T.O. can be at the wide receiver position given the right quarterback and the right coaching.
On the other hand, I see a worn out wide receiver who is looking to settle down like an old cat looking for a warm place to sleep.
If one thing is for sure, T.O. is still the same controversial wide receiver he always has been. So it probably isn't the smartest idea to completely write him off and state that he will never be the same.
Will he post an above 1,000 yard season? Who knows.
He does, of course, have to find a team first. However, should T.O. sign somewhere, just expect him to play with a content attitude. He may speak out, but he shouldn't do overly poor or overly well.
A well balanced season is favorable for T.O., especially in the later stages of his career.