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Should T.O Come To MO?

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 14:  NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens arrives at the 2010 ESPY Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 14, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for ESPY)
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Ken NewhouseContributor IJanuary 12, 2017

Terrell Owens has been the main topic in St. Louis Rams football for the last few days.  On Friday of last week, it was filed to ESPN that the Rams were in  "Serious Pursuit" of the controversial WR.

My opinion is that T.O should come to the Rams.  His work ethic would help the young receivers on this team.  The presence in the locker room might not fit the "Four Pillars" by coach Spagnuolo, but every team needs a veteran leader.

Is this contract offer the Rams might give T.O for real? Or are they just returning a favor to his agent, and helping T.O receive offers from other teams.

With 55 catches last year and over 800 yds receiving, T.O would automatically be the Rams #1 receiver.  Donnie Avery, Laurent Robinson, and Co. aren't ready yet in there young careers.  Could his guidance help bring any of them to stardom?

Over the next 48 hours it was rumored that T.O was expected to sign with a new team. Lets see if the Rams make a serious play for the WR.  Maybe he should bring his popcorn antics to a team that needs a "Little" more excitement on the field on Sunday's at the Edward Jones Dome.

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