Terrell Owens: Why His Rebirth in Cincinnati Won't Last Beyond 2010

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Terrell Owens: Why His Rebirth in Cincinnati Won't Last Beyond 2010
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Terrell Owens has taken Cincinnati by storm in 2010, turning back the clock to produce impressive numbers.

No receiver in the NFL has been targeted more than Owens, who has totaled 45 catches for 629 yards and five touchdowns in the first seven games of the season.

Despite his fantastic start to the season, T.O. is likely to spend the offseason searching for a new home.

The Bengals have been one of the NFL's most disappointing teams this season and could look to get younger.

That means bringing back a player who will turn 37 in December probably wouldn't be in the franchise's best interest.

Here's 10 reasons why Terrell Owens won't be returning to Cincinnati next season.

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