Terrell Owens Says He’ll Be Back in the NFL in “A Month or Less”
The wide receiver is currently recovering from surgery he had after suffering a torn ACL and says that he wants to get back to the NFL actin this season, he's not ready to retire.
In a recent interview with ESPN's Stephen A. Smith, all-pro wide receiver Terrell Owens said that he has no plans to retire, and that he'll be ready to get back to the NFL in a "month or less". The big question is if their are any teams interested in the 37 year old NFL vet. During a moment of the interview Stephen A. Smith asked Owens to do a bit of a sales pitch to let NFL owners know what they will get when they bring in Terrell Owens. His response:
They gonna get the T.O. that they expect. Don't expect anything less. I'm not gonna waste your time, so I wouldn't expect you to waste my time. When I step on the field, you know what you gonna get.
Owens is recovering from surgery he had from a torn ACL. In August Owens said he wasn't worried about the skeptics who are worried if he can still be a big player in the NFL. last year Owens had nearly 1,000 yards with Cincinnati, and grabbed 9 touchdown passes.
Owens is scheduled to represent the NFL in London for a series of events leading up to the annual overseas game on October 23rd between the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.