Why A Donovan McNabb-Terrell Owens Redskins Reunion Is Not As Crazy As It Seems

April 9, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

After the Washington Redskins acquired quarterback Donovan McNabb from the Philadelphia Eagles, rumors began to swirl about the possibility of wide receiver Terrell Owens ending up in D.C.
The 37-year old Owens is still on the free-agent market and will most likely not sign with a team until after the draft. One of the main reasons he has yet to sign with a team is because of his age and high asking price.
The thought of McNabb and Owens ever playing together again on the same team seemed as likely as Conan O'Brien returning to NBC. With a number of factors in mind, the once-crazy idea seems more likely than before.
McNabb and Owens Have Rekindled Their Friendship
In 2004, McNabb and Owens seemed to have the potential to become one of the greatest quarterback-wide receiver duos in NFL history. In their first season together, they connected for 14 touchdowns and led the Eagles to their second Super Bowl in franchise history.
What happened after that? Well, there...

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