Terrell Owens is surprisingly unsigned, and Owens hopes to sign with a team before training camp. Here are the possible suitors that could sign Owens.
I know what you're thinking—the Browns don't want Terrell Owens in their plan. But the plain truth is they need him. You have Massaquoi, who is a legit No. 2 receiver, but the rest are all horrible.
I see the Browns as a possible landing spot, and even though the Browns don't see him fitting their plans, I think he will.
The Panthers have injuries across the wide receiver position and their No. 1 receiver, Steve Smith, is injured. The fact is, the Panthers need a replacement for Smith, and Terrell Owens fits that profile.
The Steelers are in a need of a receiver and Terrell Owens may fit their scheme. The Steelers traded away Holmes, and now are left with Wallace and Ward. They need a receiver to help Wallace ease into the No. 1 role.
The Bears' biggest needs are receivers, and Terrell Owens would help them greatly. If Owens goes to Chicago, the Bears would benefit from it.
Here is another team that needs receivers—the Raiders. The Raiders lack a true No. 1 receiver and could use Owens.
They could use Owens to help newly drafted quarterback Sam Bradford as well as to team up with Marty Gilyard. With Steven Jackson, the St. Louis Rams look like a good fit.
I personally think the Browns, Raiders, Panthers, and Bears are all good landing spots for the veteran receiver. But the best fit for Terrell Owens would be the Steelers, as they have an established quarterback in Ben Roethlisberger. However, the Rooneys have taken desperate measures to rid themselves of locker room trouble.
Where I think Terrell Owens will land: The Browns