The Terrell Owens Effect: Prices Leap for Bengals After Signing

July 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Terrell Owens finally has a new home. After enduring a summer of irrelevancy and no serious offers, T.O mania took hold this week as rumors abounded that the loud-mouthed receiver would be signing, with first the Rams, then the Jets, and finally the Cincinnati Bengals.
Coming off of a subpar year by his standards, T.O should be committed and ready to make an impact for the Bengals, who made the playoffs last season. In going to Cincinnati, T.O teams up with arguably the only more out-sized personality in the NFL, in Chad Ochocinco. He signed a one-year contract worth $2 million, with performance incentives for over $1 million more.
It will be interesting to see whether T.O can get along with his new team, and whether his performance on the field will be worth the headache he inevitably causes off of it.
One thing is for certain however, his arrival has created quite a stir in the Bengals ticket market. For the 2010 season, Bengals tickets were ...

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