Hell No, TO! Why Terrell Owens Won’t End Up on the Patriots This Season

July 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Every diva needs a reality check; the 2010 offseason has been just that for Terrell Owens.
Unlike previous seasons, teams haven't been too eager to sign the oft-troubled receiver. That hasn't stopped him from grabbing the occasional headlines, though—if anything, the lack of interest has sparked media curiosity.
That's why when T.O. spoke with the Associated Press on Tuesday, people listened.
Owens compared himself to LeBron James and said he'd be willing to take a pay cut and a lesser role to join forces with Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, Randy Moss, and the rest of the Patriots team to form a legitimate contender.
First, let's get this TO-LBJ stuff out of the way: The difference is night and day between the levels of interest in these two guys, so James' pay cut is a bit more admirable than Owens, who will probably take a "pay cut" where ever he goes.
LeBron has hit his prime, and could have taken a max deal; Owens is approaching the end of the road, and w...

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