Terrell Owens to star in new FOX reality show

With his playing days all but behind him, Terrell Owens is taking his talents to the tube. According to PegasusNews.com, the former NFL receiver, most recently with the Seahawks, is set to star in a new FOX reality TV show, Stars in Danger: The High Dive. Premiering Jan. 9 at 7 p.m., the show is…

Seahawks release Terrell Owens

It hasn’t even been three weeks and yet Terrell Owens is once again out of a job. On Sunday, the Seahawks decided to part ways with the mercurial receiver, who confirmed the news in a tweet which he thanked the organization for taking a flier on him. I’m no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the…

Seahawks bring in T.O. on one-year deal

Stop the presses: Terrell Owens‘ search for a new home has mercifully ended. According to Jay Glazer of FOXSports.com, the Seahawks agreed to terms with Owens on a one-year contract. Financial details aren’t available — probably because Owens has yet to put pen to paper — though I can’t imagine the deal being worth much…

Terrell Owens named MVP of celebrity baseball game

Terrell Owens remains out of a job, but, in the meantime, he’s spreading his wings in other sporting venues. According to ESPNDallas.com, T.O. was named the MVP of the 2012 Heroes Celebrity Baseball Game, hosted by Dallas Mavericks superstar Dirk Nowitzki. Owens, playing for the White Sox, helped his team cruise to an easy win…

Terrell Owens: I’m not retired yet

Even though Terrell Owens is gainfully employed — finally — the mercurial wideout thinks he’s not too long for the Indoor Football League, as he’s got plans to return to the professional level, ESPNDallas.com reports. After being officially introduced by the Allen Wranglers on Wednesday, Owens, who will play receiver for the team, stated why…