Terrell Owens has a penchant for the melodramatic.
Every team he has ever played for with the possible exception of the Buffalo Bills has had to deal with his bad attitude on some level. Drama and controversy just seem to follow him wherever he goes.
It all started with the San Fransisco 49ers. Owens decided that he was underpaid which led to a verbal dispute with the team's front office. The loud receiver cut all ties with the organization following the 2003 season; this too ended in controversy when he insinuated that Jeff Garcia was homosexual in a Playboy magazine interview.
The Philadelphia Eagles decided to pick up the wayward Owens in 2004. This resulted in a great year for both of them, as the Eagles made it to Super Bowl XXXIX.
However, after losing the game to the New England Patriots, Owens criticized the media for not praising him for playing through an injury and made remarks suggesting that Donovan McNabb gave up towards the end of the game.
After a highly-publicized contract dispute (surprise!!) during which Owens threatened to hold out while doing sit-ups in his driveway for the media, the Eagles finally decided to release him and head in a new direction in 2006. During his tenure, Owens had publicly called the Eagles "Classless" and said he would never have signed with them if he could go back to 2004.
His tenure with the Dallas Cowboys was no better. Though he stayed quiet and productive during the 2006 and 2007 seasons, it wasn't meant to last. In 2008, Owens decided that Tony Romo and Jason Witten were conspiring to make sure he didn't get the ball, souring his relationship with the organization.
He was seen frequently screaming at his coaches and teammates on the sidelines throughout the year, creating a locker room cancer; he was released at the end of the 2008 season.
Though he stayed quiet while on the Buffalo Bills, he created controversy on the Cincinnati Bengals by fighting with officials, and stating that the team was "terrible" in postgame conferences. (They were terrible, but he shouldn't say that).
At Terrell Owens' age, drama is just a little immature. Teams would be better off looking elsewhere.