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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Terrell Owens would love to play for ‘favorite’ coach Andy Reid again

Terrell Owens

Terrell Owens has not played in an NFL game since the 2010 season, but the Hall of Fame wide receiver has hinted that he wants to attempt a comeback on numerous occasions over the past several years. He’s back to talking about it again, and it sounds like he has a specific team in mind.

One of T.O.’s Twitter followers said this week that Owens should walk into Arrowhead Stadium and demand that Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid give him a job. Owens, who played for Reid with the Philadelphia Eagles, is all for the idea.

T.O. is set to be enshrined in the Hall of Fame next month, and he has created a lot of controversy by refusing to attend the induction ceremony.

For what it’s worth, Owens has pitched himself to specific teams in the past. There’s no chance Reid is going to sign him, but it’s entertaining that the 44-year-old still has not ruled out the possibility of playing in the NFL again.

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