Terrell Owens maintains that he's not bitter about the way his departure from Dallas played out, but he certainly hasn't forgotten about it, either.
There's bullpen catcher and third-string quarterback, then there's T.O.'s new gig with the Allen Wranglers.
Two former stars of the DFW sports scene, Terrell Owens and Alex Rodriguez, are among the most disliked athletes in the US, according to a recent poll.
The Allen Wranglers will formally welcome Terrell Owens with a party on Wednesday night.
Some fans say they'll buy tickets to see Terrell Owens play for the Allen Wranglers, but others say they're bored by the hype.
Terrell Owens' new team, the Allen Wranglers will be holding player tryouts this weekend.
GQ Magazine caught up with Terrell Owens back in November, when the newest Allen Wrangler was still holding out hope for a new NFL contract.
Jon Frankel, the co-owner of the Allen Wranglers, is more than a little excited by the team's signing of Terrell Owens.
Yes, it's true: Terrell Owens says he will see Allen "in the endzone."
Terrell Owens could be close to returning to professional football in North Texas, as a member of the Indoor Football League's Allen Wranglers.